A Brush with Eww

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Years ago, I worked for a company doing repairs.  One day, a hugely wealthy client called for a repair job at his mansion.  (The residence was referred to as The Compound)  I refused to go unless I had an escort.  The company did not want to pay two employees to make one service call, so the work ended up being done at the business, not the mansion.  Over the years I would occasionally think about that incident and wonder what I may have missed by not going into such an expensive home.

Last week, I watched  a “Who Killed Jeffery Epstein” special to catch up on what had been going on since I hadn’t been keeping up with current events.  I  hadn’t realized that one of Epstein’s good buddies was Les Wexner – the owner of the mansion where my repair job was supposed to be done.  What was even creepier was that according to the program, this would have been right during the time period where Wexner’s residences were used by Epstein to lure and abuse young women.

Part of the job I did for the Wexner estate was making throw pillows for couches.  Now I wonder what atrocities those poor pillows may have witnessed….or participated in. Ick.
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Ew, just thinking about that makes me yark.
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If you would like to meet some throw pillows that have not been used in a scandalous fashion, please check out my store  at L Bowman Studios. These Royal Velvet Pillows can be used as accents on furniture or for grandchildrens’ fantasy play or even as a touch of whimsy in your own home.

11 Comments

  1. Oh, gosh! 😮 😦 I’m so glad you chose not to go to a job like that alone.
    Thinking about all of that makes me feel like Toby feels…I wanna’ yark.
    That MUST feel creepy to think about now.
    I haven’t watched any of the specials or doc on Epstein. Not sure if I can handle them. 😦

    But, your pillow are beautiful! And Toby is a cutie! Are those some leaves he is sporting on his collar?!
    (((HUGS))), PATS and RUBS!!! 🙂

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