An interview with my wife, Mrs. Felicity Fenton Today Felicity is wearing a navy blue sweater over a floral sweater dress. It's an in-between winter, spring and summer look accompanied by fuzzy cats flanking her seated hips. Her hair is messy and in need of a good trim and the mascara she applied this morning has now migrated towards her cheekbones.
FF - What are you thinking about right now?
FF - Lots. The war in the Congo, the wilting flowers in the vase on the table, the Vietnamese tailor who is helping me out with some nude suits, the supposed resurrection of Jesus, chapped lips.
FF - You know bag balm is good for all things chapped and tupperware is an ideal storage system for Jesus.
FF - Yes, I remember you telling me about the bag balm and Jesus storage before. As per your recommendation, I keep Jesus in 13 various containers in both cold and warm storage. Every once in a while, I will open the lids and let a bit of Jesus ooze out.
FF - What does Jesus smell like?
FF - Candy corn and rain mostly. But there have been a few times when he's smelled of quince pie, cow hair, boiled ham and molasses.
FF - I hear Jesus is good for soup and stew cookery.
FF - Potato leek and five bean.
FF - Well what are you waiting for?
FF - I'm waiting for my man
FF - twenty six dollars in my hand
FF - Up to Lexington, 125
FF - Feel sick and dirty, more dead than alive
FF- I'm waiting for my man