In living the intersections and bereavements of queerness, illness and faith, I chronicle a self-mythology through my image-making practice. Here you will find limited edition giclée prints of these votive images, acting as units of subaltern temporal measurement, a votive image being one rendered for religious purposes. Their digital inception reflects the parasocial relationship with and construction of one's digital or online self, as necessitated and produced by the social exemptions from and personal rejections of normative temporalities. In prospecting a narrative identity from one's past, we construct a present from which we may divine futurity, gleaned from the raw material of our experiences.