Thursday, May 22, 2008

And I thought girls were good at this stuff....

Thought I’d share this comment with you from a one of Kunati’s soon to be released (and very excellent) authors, Beth:

'Yeah, I see your point, but besides your observations about pervs & all...? That lightswitch is just plain GAWD-AWFUL GAWDY, don'tcha think??!'

Well Beth sure, on its own the light switch looks naff, but you're not thinking of the bigger picture! You’ve got to imagine it installed as part of the range, coordinated through your house. You know, the Turin Shroud shower curtain, the crucifix washing line pole and the fishing net bed spread.....I bet your house looks a bloody mess!


Beth Fehlbaum, Author said...

Sadly, the scenario you create is very familiar to me: one of my husband's relatives WHO SHALL REMAIN NAMELESS has "treasures" such as you name "gracing" her house. Which made me think she would have APPRECIATED IT when we gave her five more GAWDY crosses to affix to her wall, but, NOOOOOOO, she just bitched that five nails would be required to do the job. Jeez, you'd think that with as many crucifixes as she has, she wouldn't get uptight about one more nail...
The most perplexing aspect of this woman is the stacks and stacks of envelopes on her table-- correspondence from psychics she apparently consulted, promising her the answers she so desperately seeks. Mixed in with these envelopes you see mailings from Father Such and Such from This and That Catholic orphanage, thanking her for her patronage in the past.
Methinks she's hedging her bets. Ah, lest I forget, she also has a glow-in-the-dark Saint What's-His-Name affixed to the dashboard of her car.

Beth Fehlbaum, author
Courage in Patience, a story of hope for those who have endured abuse
Chapter 1 is online!

Andy Tilley said...

The glow in the dark saint you're on about Beth is probably (and I'm guessing here) St Terry. In life Terry was from Blackpool and died trying to save his collection of penis shaped candles from a house fire started by one of them smoking monkeys.

Beth Fehlbaum, Author said...

You made me laugh out loud. Truly. You are HI-larious. (That's Texan for "funny")