Grin. Thanks, Cindy! Judy s. On 12/1/2012 9:20 PM, Cindy Rosenthal wrote:
Wonderful! and thank your husband for his participation I'll think of him and his clone now, and chuckle, very time I se every time I see a brace in print. grinOn Sat, Dec 1, 2012 at 5:26 PM, Judy s. <cherryjam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:cherryjam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:OK, I did some thinking on this and dragged my husband into it, and we may have come up with something that helps to understand the shape of a brace. A brace, by the way, to make it even more confusing, is sometimes called a curly brace and even sometimes called a curly bracket. Let me know if this description helps! smile. Have two people stand in front of you, back to back, so that the person on the left is facing towards your left, and the person to your right is facing towards the right. That means that the person on the left has their left hand towards you, and the person on the right has their right hand towards you. My husband volunteered for this, by the way, and he said to describe him as bald as an egg, but with about 40 more pounds on him (he's a thin wiry dude) so that his chin down to his neck is nicely rounded. So: Clone him, and have him and his clone standing as described above.