Wax On, Wax Off #1
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Well, it seems like all my girls got together one evening, while I went to bed early, and they started talking about me and my phobia about being in "FRONT" of the camera, not behind it. Kim and Sakura, the twins, said they could produce a life-like image of me made of wax. To make a long story short, it took a couple of weeks but they did it without me finding out about it (that took some doin'!!!) Julie made the command decision to make the statue in my physical form of when I was about 35 or 40 years old (thank god for little favors!) At that time I was 6'7" in height and weighed about 205 lbs. (I am an inch shorter and 25 lbs. heaver now!) They also agreed to leave the face very generic with "NO MALE PARTS". After they all had a good laugh at my expense the job was started and finished, just like that!
As would have it, our little elf princess, Gaia, had been enjoying our hospitality so much that she invited her younger sister, Areal, to come for a visit. (We will exporer this whole scenario in up-coming postings, I promise!) Both of them did not totally understand all the joking and laughing involved in the situation but said they would pose with the statue. They are both about 5'3" tall, so it would make for a funnier photo (Ha, Ha. .. yea, laugh at the big guy!)
In the end it was all good and fun, and everyone got to be part of the project. Just to be honest with you, the audience, this little adventure has it's basis in actual events that have happened to me in my life. . . truth can be stranger than fiction (LOL) I should add that this wax likeness does closely resemble me in my younger days (Small Chuckle. . . ). Hope everyone gets their vaccine shots and keeps wearing those masks. Until next time.
Note: There is absolutely no truth to the rumor that the girls put a candle wick in my head and were going to use it in emergencies like when the power goes out, ya know?