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April 7, 2018
This isn't to say that the remembrance of those Brain letters are painful. The opposite, actually. I was thinking of something else, thus the digression to sadness. So here, back to joy. I like seeing "Brain" written in that old-lady way--an elaborate, round script that you know was written in a slow and deliberate manner. It's what I imagine a queen's handwriting would be, because queens can have all the time they need. I know my Dada Gaudio wrote that way, anyway. "Dear Brain, Happy Birthday, God bless you." It's endearing. "Dear Brain, Dada loves you so much."