Since we don't really have haloween here, I'm going instead to share one of the most powerfull moments of my life with you.
When I was little, I used to run arround with a little baby blanket saying it was my batman cape. Considering I was the elder grandson, and coming from an italian family, family reunions were pretty common. I used to run arround with that thing until it got dirty and ripped, but hey, I was batman.
As I grew older, I pretty much forgot about it, as we tend to do. Some years later, my grandma had a series of health complications, including some form of dementia, and that made her forget pretty much everyone, barring her husband and sometimes her daughters, and it made me pretty sad because I was pretty close with her.
One day, when I was visiting, in her last year alive, she was home from one of her many trips to the hospital, I decided to say hi, despite the fact she wouldn't recognize me. I stated who I was, gave her a kiss on the forehead, and turned to leave.
She told her nurse to call the me, pointed a drawer, in wich I found that blanket, and told me to give it to *me*, because *I* loved it.
I was maybe thirtheen, and didn't really remember it. When I told my mom about it, se explained to me that was my "batman cape". I cryed like a baby.
I still have that cape.
I almost did too reading that, Spekkio. And that is why you win.