Friday, August 29, 2008

Irene, the sister and not the friend that Amy had alienated


I put it off

I remember the class

when Irene read the story of the procrastinating illustrator who drew the laughing Jesus created out of images of all sorts of different famous christians like Martin Luther King Jr. et al.

I put it off

I always put it off

I am afraid that I have ruined it

I am sorry Stefene - I am afraid that I have disappointed with my initial enthusiasm and then the devolution into my procrastination although those circumstances were quite out of my control - it has been a difficult year my friends - and the interview was a thing of beauty [as you all will see upon publication].

Irene.

One of the few nuns to which I never felt an attraction.

Here is the image


Hers is the image:

Irene put together from pieces of others*



*can you catch them all?

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