Friday, May 30, 2008

at it again..

There's a new story at Adventures Ink and I hope no Providence purists come by to argue with my memories. You have yours and I have my own. Meanwhile, I hope you enjoy the story..


  1. i was sure i had commented on this yesterday. and i know for certain i made the most brilliant and profound statements of my life. lost in cyberspace. 'cause i can't remember a word of it now. ..something about hating auditions, i think. and i thanked you for the bedtime story. i fell asleep thinking about it, with a smile on my face.

  2. ok.... blush..... found the original. posted with the actual story.... it was much better half forgot (the post, luv... NOT the story)

  3. gfid - I'm glad you checked back because it's always good to see the lady violinist avatar. Maybe one day I'll get one myself. Or maybe I'll post a story one day about one of my own acting experiences.. turned out I was terrible at remembering lines.

  4. I love the look on the waitress's face. I thought it looked familiar, and I know why: I know her. She works as a hairdresser at the salon I go to. Her name is Corky. I'm seriously sure it's her. I'll request a song the next time I get my hair done. If she starts dancing, I'll know!

  5. avatar is a new word to me, so i looked it up


    1. an incarnation of a Hindu deity in human or animal form, especially one of the incarnations of Vishnu such as Rama and Krishna

    2. somebody who embodies an idea or concept

    3. online a movable three-dimensional image used to represent somebody in cyberspace

    4. computer games in computer games, a character or persona of a player with a graphical representation

    what a great word!!! i'm sure you meant #3, but want to be ALL of them!

  6. sera - I hope she's not the one who cuts your hair. It's best to have someone who can pay attention doing that.

    gfid - Yes, I think definition #1 is my favorite. Go Krishna. Then again #2 is pretty cool too. What the hell, I'll agree with you about wanting all of them.

  7. No, she's at another station.
    But she always says hi.