Religion has always been important to me, but especially at the time of our marriage. Leo was a Catholic, he wanted his children to be Catholic, and if possible he wanted his wife to be catholic. "If he's willing to marry you (though you're blind) at least you should become a catholic for him."
We had been married for more than 35 years, and had known each other for forty years when Leo told me that, as I stood before him in the Taxation Department, he fell to admiring my shape, not least for all the shapely breasts that pointed at him across the counter. "For once," he said, "I could gaze upon these attractive items without their owner seeing my entrancement. That was wonderful!"next page