Leaving the angels aside for a moment, snowflake mentioned Myra Joy Aronson as being a perfect candidate for being a real person...
One photoshop creation does not a person make
Myra Aronson, who was single, also is survived by two sisters, Deborah Aronson
of St. Louis, and Elyse Van Bremann
of Clearwater, Fla.
" Hello, my name is Elyse Van Breemen, and here is a little bit about myself:
I'm a professional writer and storyteller for children. I got into Scientology when I was twenty-four years old. I'm fifty-seven now I don't look too bad for my age, do I?
That's one of the things that happened when I found Scientology--even at twenty-four, I began to look younger. I felt more alive! Before I got into Scientology I had been studying acting and was disillusioned. During one of my first courses in Scientology -- the Communications Course--I learned the skills that the acting courses had been trying to teach: the ability to just be there and listen and to make lines sound natural.
Today I'm once again an actress --as a storyteller, I just play all the parts. I created my own profession. I began writing stories and poems and telling them to children. Then I learned to make puppets and created a costume"
Deborah Aronson Writer and Editor
"I have been a freelance, non-fiction writer since 1997, when I moved to Urbana, Illinois. Before that I worked for a decade in university public relations. I write about interesting people doing unusual things. That list includes, so far, an astronaut, archaeologist, male midwife, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, several novelists, a photographer, an architect and a woman who founded a summer camp for foster siblings. I feel especially at home among scientists, having come from a family full of them!"
writer, editor, publicist