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Sunday, October 01, 2006

Face O' Jesus?

There's a place in the living room where I think a lamp once sat that has left an interesting pattern on the wall. It looks a bit like a human face with long hair. I wonder if I should leave it and open myself up as a pilgrimage site? Of course, it looks about as much like a Star Wars Storm Trooper as it does the face of Jesus, so I'm worried I'd get the house filled with Star Wars geeks.

1 comment:

Mary Robinette said...

You could always play it safe. Frame it, paint around it, and then you can call it art until you need the offerings that a pilgrimage site brings in.