Jessica's Story about "Slowsalie"
Rosalie is very disappointed in me. I broke her heart and now I must pay my penance. In exchange for her "moving on" from this disappointment, I must fulfill three promises. First, I had to write her a letter and mail it. I'm working on the lovely package now (note, I use the word package as a double entendre). Second, I have to have quarterly crafting meetings with her. Third, I have to complete a baRTer Sauce trade.
And, in true spirit of making amends for my failure, I would like to trade for something that I truly hate. I hate the Asian Doll Sculpture. I've hated her since that damn bitch almost upstaged me at LaffHole (ooppssss....have I said to much). She's gross, perhaps barfy. If I take her, I may desrtoy her in a ceremony in the alley behind my house. Or she may be used to scare the bums from sleeping in my carport. Either way, I guess she'll bring me joy. And, in me fullfilling my three promises, I hope to bring Rosalie back some of the joy I robbed from her.
I would like to offer a piece of art from my private collection. I have recently discovered my talent, my muse, my medium. You see....I take googly eyes and artfully attach them to "found" art. Sometimes I attach moustaches.
I donate a peice I call "Slowsalie, Sasquatch, and the Blinky". In the frame is a character, let's call her Slowsalie, who turns her back on the other human form. In this person's eyes you can see the pain of being denied. Looking over them both, with dispair and loniness of witnessing this scene, is the iconic "Blinky" of Pacman fame.