A Letter to a Brother and a Welcome Home

Posted August 14, 2011 by Clara




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Dear Warwick,


Well, I have finally arrived at my destination, my brother. And I suppose you think you were very funny to book me on a train that only took me part way on my journey. I understood the joke that you intended by giving me the airplane to take with me. Sometimes you are not very funny, brother.



It was a long walk that you left me with and nary a bus to catch in the no man's land that I found myself in. Luckily, I did find some places to rest.



Although those places were not always very comfortable?



Did it occur to you that I could have become lost along the way?



Or encountered moments of great danger?



Oh no, I am sure you did not give it a thought. As usual, you were only thinking of yourself and the immense jocularity you would enjoy at my expense.



Eventually, I arrived at my destination, and recognized it immediately, thanks to the letters and pictures that I had received from the lovely Avenyon before embarking on this god-forsaken trip.



The next thing I knew, there was this girl with the most amazing hair, standing on the other side of the fence and asking me who I was.



She told me that her name was Annelyse and that she was a friend of one of the other people who resided there – a girl by the name of Marty Jean. She also told me that they were all looking forward to my arrival there and she was especially happy to see that I was so "cute."



The next thing I knew, she was on the other side of the gate, telling me that I had the softest looking lips that she had ever seen. There was nothing I could do but prove her statement true.



I think I'm going to like Oregon, Warwick. You will have to come and visit sometime. But remember this, I owe you another slap with my glove for your dirty trick.

Your brother,


     (Many thanks to Clara for the story and photos!)



No deed, good or otherwise, goes unpunished!


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