Our youngest daughter is away at camp for two weeks. In the past, she hasn't been a very prolific letter writer while at camp, even though we provided her with stamped addressed envelopes, paper and writing utensils. She must be growing up, because she hadn't even been gone a week and we received a letter from her. It arrived in this envelope:
In case you can't read it, the envelope was originally addressed "To my most honored, revered parents, Suzy & Ed." Someone decided to doctor it a bit so it now reads "To my least honored, revered parents, Suzy & Ed, who are making me write this letter."
The enclosed letter begins "Dear strangers,"
Kids these days! I don't know where she gets her sense of humor from. Probably her mother.