4/23/13

The Miraculous Water Cracker!

Trouble yourself not. Miracles happen. 

Exhibit A: Water Cracker with a relief of the Blessed Virgin. Discovered Monday, April 21, 2013, in a box of Open Nature Water Crackers labeled 100% Natural.  100%!

View when cracker is standing up (aided by napkin).

 View when cracker lay flat on a plate (aided by gravity).

Mysteries abound, people. Mysteries abound.

In other news, in a completely impartial drawing of names from a hat, fate decided that Addey wins the Pass the Book Game. Addey, send your address to mail@margaretfinnegan.com and I will send you your copy of Camelot & Vine by Petrea Burchard, although I still haven't sent Katie her copy of Death At Pemberly, so don't hold your breath. I'm aiming for a post office visit on Friday. 

13 comments:

Daisy said...

All I can see on the cracker is a place to put some cheese...and I'm Catholic! I know about these things!

Margaret said...

I know you do, Daidy. But you must admit it is wonderfully deformed. I thin I've scared everyone by being too profane.

Margaret said...

Darn auto correct

Susan Campisi said...

I don't see it either, and I used to be Catholic. I think you took a leap, Margaret. Yep, a leap of faith. Nothing wrong with that.

altadenahiker said...

No more far-fetched than the eagle on the rock, and they named a whole town after that one.

Ms M said...

I think I see it -- particularly the nimbus.

But it would be a good place to put some Swiss (holy??) cheese....

Star said...

I see it!

Addey said...

Awww!!! Yay!! Something new to read, and it sounds so awesome too! email will be sent shortly.

And I second the "place for cheese" comment... LOL

Petrea Burchard said...

I see it. It's the pleat in Mary's skirt. You know she wore a dirndl.

TheChieftess said...

Ah...the wonders of 100% Natural!!!

Pasadena Adjacent said...

It's a portrait. The halo surounding Mary's veiled head. Hope you didn't eat it. These things go for big bucks on e-bay

Petrea Burchard said...

Did you tout your post on Prospet Park's blog?
http://www.prospectparkbooks.com/top-five-places-to-write-in-pasadena/#comment-168

Anonymous said...

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