Glow-in-the-Dark JesusPosted: August 17, 2013
Since my husband and I are now back at the seminary, that means we have access to the Co-op again. Shopping at both Co-ops means we can get some great things for free–my husband has started restocking his pitifully small dress shirt wardrobe, I’ve found a great pair of jeans that actually fit, and we’re enjoying only buying one gallon of milk per week.
Of course, access to the Co-op also means some really bizarre finds–bizarre like this crucifix my husband found at the Clothing Co-op this week:
When he first found it, we thought it was relatively normal. Sure, the Jesus figurine was made of plastic, so not the highest quality. But what can you expect when it’s free? However, we realized why the crucifix might have been at the Co-op when we turned off the kitchen lights that night: Apparently the Jesus figurine glows in the dark.
Now we are not only asking ourselves what we are supposed to do with a glow-in-the-dark crucifix, but also who on earth would decide to make a glow-in-the-dark Jesus to begin with!