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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Seventh Page Spread in Roz's 2011 Fake Journal

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In the above page spread the horse shooting research continues on the verso page. The photo of Jackie Kennedy-Onassis on the recto page (April 5 entry)  is ©1971 Ron Galetta and was torn by the journal keeper from an advertisement in the New Yorker Magazine.

The handwritten text on the verso page reads as follows:
April 4, 2011  7:05 p.m. "Do you want your caramel now?" I ask. He  nods, not even taking his eye from the road. I unwrap the wax paper carefully, without touching any surface of the candy, a rectangular log. Using the wrapper as a glove, pinched on one side I hold the candy up for him. Keeping his eyes forward he turns and nibbles the candy off the sheet with his teeth. He laughs. "I don't want you to get any germs," I say. "I love you more than anything." And then I laugh at my own germphobia. (On the way back from cake.)

5 comments:

Miss T said...

Roz, I'm really enjoying the mystery of your fake journal.

journalrat said...

Glad you're enjoying it. Thanks!
Roz

Debra Svedberg said...

That's so sweet about the sweets!

journalrat said...

I guess in an OCD kind of way!
Roz

Melinda Bilecki said...

What a lovely scene . . . :)