On a hot summer San Antonio day I saw this painting leaning up against a dumpster. She had been abandoned. She looked sad and forlorn and she was all dressed in brown. She was not wearing lipstick and her dress was exceedingly plain. I picked her up and put her in my car. The painting had been signed by a man named Seth Cam. I then went into a store on the corner called Montage and told the girl working there that I had just found a painting of a woman leaning up against the dumpster. She said "Oh yes. That is by Seth. He lives upstairs and is getting ready to move." She then told me that when Seth gets into a troubled headspace that he has a tendency to throw his work away and that his girlfriend would get very mad at him for doing such a thing. She told me to hang on to the piece because it might prove to have value one day since Seth is an award-winning artist. I kept this sad woman for many months and then one day I couldn't stand the drabbiness of her any longer and I brought her into my studio and I gave her red lips, a blue dress, and I outlined her face to make her stand out from the brownness of the background. I immediately fell more in love with her. I tried to reach Seth several times to tell him what I had done to his painting but I could never make contact. I found her and she now belongs to me. I reclaimed her and gave her a new identity. I think she is much happier now.
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