Very Best Wishes of the Season!
See you again in 2013!
To: The Esteemed Judith Jablonski, PhDFrom: Dr. Humphrey D. Winslow III, Esq.On The Occasion Of Finalization of Adoptive Care Order WR739 1/2Dear Ms. Jablonski,It is my pleasure to inform you that the Society for the Right and Proper Selection of Appropriate Individuals for the Care of Orphaned Diceros bicornis minor has rendered a decision in your case, #WR&#/7931/2. In accordance with our Bylaws (Chapter 2, Section 34.3, Paragraph 9), the Subcommittee for Review of Applications, Censures, Fitness, Standards and Mores met at the Society headquarters in closed, executive session on September 3, 2012. After three days of deliberation and multiple ballot rounds, I am pleased to inform you that they signalled [sic] their affirmative decision by order of the traditional pot of Earl Grey.On behalf of the Executive Committee for Substantiation and Documentation of Transfers of Titles and Signatories, I am pleased to bestow upon you the title of "Member in Waiting" and bequeath you with the Deed of Subservient Services of Diceros bicornis minor. Said Deed shall be sepeable [?] and revocable on evidence that you have not rendered adequate care and schooling to this juvenile.Madame, I wish you and your new baby rhino the best in this life and the next!With Utmost Sincerity,Dr. Humphrey D. WInslow III, Esq.Founder, Chair, President, and CEOP.S. Kind madame, please forgive the many errors in this missive. My assistant and compatriot Lord Jim Higgenbottom met a fate most horrible on the business end of a Rhinoceros unicornis on his last journey to that dark subcontinent of India. I have never trusted those beasts, and never will.
"Imagine that when you see a city's skyline, you taste blackberries. Or maybe when you hear a violin, you feel a tickle on your left knee. Perhaps you are completely convinced that Wednesdays are light red." [from Neuroscience for Kids: Synesthesia]