Saturday, February 7, 2009

The Sacred and The Profane Part I

I'll save the sacred for Sunday. But here's the profane for Saturday. Every day when I returned to our cabin aboard the Costa Fortuna I would discover that the cabin boy would have folded up my pajama tops and bottoms into some sort of creature. In this photo my pajamas have become a Caribbean sea turtle. Now don't you think it is a little strange and profane to have someone playing animals with your personal pajamas? On our cruise to Alaska in 2007 they used the bath towels to create these creatures.

4 comments:

D said...

What a great blog! It looks like you two had a great time on your cruise. But I agree, I'd rather NOT have a stranger touching ANY of my clothes, particularly my PJs.
Thanks for your visit and comment at my blog. I answered your crimson tide question there in a reply comment.

Lew said...

Interesting fetish the crew has. Does look like it was a fun cruise! Thanks for your comment on my post of Aretha'a hat. I don't feel I have "rights" to the image - they belong to the TV feed. I think it was MSNBC at the time. Also I expect that the Smithsonian already has a complete set of the coverage of the inauguration in its files. If someone has a recording of this time period, you could extract a sequence of still images with the complete fade from Aretha to Obama.

June said...

Omigosh!!! Your pajamas are cuter than mine. This tickles me greatly . . . You are tempting me to go on a cruise. June

fishing guy said...

Joann: It must be strange to find a PJ turtle in your cabin.