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I Thought Somebody Would Love Me

The Door Is Closed. So don't try to get your foot in it. You are intruding. Stop bringing me food because I'll just meet you in the parking lot and take it from you there and throw it into the dumpster when you leave. I... [more]
aboutjody has shared 1 Mature Experience
  • I Met a Celebrity

    Julia Roberts Sat At My Table. I was sitting at the Cow, a cafe in Arroyo Seco, NM and had been playing didjeridoo. I had just begun telling a story about how I attracted UFOs with my didjeridoo when Julia and her entourage sat acr… [more]
  • I Met a Celebrity

    A Day With Carel Struycken A friend of mine called me up one day and asked me if I wanted to meet Carel Struycken, who was a friend of his. John had known Carel for years and Carel and his family were visiting the Big Island. J… [more]
  • I Love Cats

    Have You Ever Noticed? A friend and I were chatting one afternoon and we came to the conclusion that everyone who really mattered to us had at least one cat. Not only did we love cats we loved people who loved cats.… [more]
  • I Thought Somebody Would Love Me

    I Thought Somebody Would Love Me. If I could express the deepest regret of my life it would be that I have never found true love. I always felt that I would be just right for just the right person and I never found her. Sure, I was ma… [more]
  • Funny Confessions

    A Seething Fourth of July Confession
    Okay, so it's been 14 years and I think it's high time I confessed the events that occurred on that tragic day. A friend of mine, a fifth-grade schoolteacher had invited me to make didgeridoos for a Fun Day at the end of the school year. I had made about 20 of them for the class and we all painted them and I taught the children to play. My friend, I'll call her Susan, took her class down by the creek behind the school and I taught the children how to put mud in their hair and paint their faces with it. When we marched back up to the school principal was not impressed with our little herd of aborigines with muddy creek water dreadlocks. In June I had completed a large sculpture that had star… [more]