You know how you’ll usually write a letter, not think a whole lot of it, and maybe not even date it–or think that putting the day of the week is sufficient? (Maybe that was an 80s — er, 1980s — phenomenon?)

<>Friends and parents: If you’re going to write a letter to a kid at camp, a kid who’s somewhat likely to save that letter but not it’s post-marked/dated envelope, then please include a bit more than just the day of the week. I think this falls under the, “teach the children well,” category.
At least I know it was between June and August. I suppose I may be able to narrow it down if the perpetual calendar is on my side.

“The 21st century’s yesterday.”

“Today is tomorrow.”