Last week my wife, Betty Anne Hull, and I each got a little unsigned note. Since the author didn’t include any address, we have to try to answer them this way.
Betty Anne’s letter criticized her parking. She acknowledges she was at fault and will try to avoid such problems in the future.
The one for me concerned my handwriting. I don’t have it at hand, but as I remember it said that if my handwriting was as bad as it is I shouldn’t give autographs. You are probably right about that, because my penmanship is really atrocious. I don’t like it any more than you do, but when someone hands me something and asks me to sign it I feel it would be churlish to refuse. But to avoid dissatisfaction such as you suffered, I will try to remember to warn them that, due to damage to the nervous system of my right arm, it’s the way it is.
And, just think, when you’re a little older, you’ll be able to sign your name and address to letters just like a grownup.