I'm not certain, but I believe it is a reference to the pattern on the fabric.Originally Posted by Jenny Lau
At the age of seven I changed forever, like the faithful who see Christ on the side of a barn or peering up from a corn tortilla.
2.And I donít clearly understand the sentence above: "like the faithful who see Christ on the side of a barn or peering up from a corn tortilla. "
For a believer (the faithful) seeing a vision of Christ in an unexpected place, like the side of a barn or in a corn tortilla, is a religious experience. It's the type of event that would be likely to change a person's life. The author is using that example as a way of illustrating what a life altering moment this was.
3.It means it was greatly enjoyed or appreciated.I gripped the crayon, savored the place.
What does "savor" mean here?
That is exactly what it means! :D4Does "a coloring book" mean a book with pictures without colors, and waiting for you to color them?