It’s a new life, Mom.
August 17, 2015
I sat at the end of the sidewalk staring at the perfect blue sky with white wispy clouds talking to Mom. “Mom, I have to keep moving forward, ” I said, waiting for the bus to take me to the strip club. I was doing something fun on my own for the first time without my cousin or brother-in-law. I was doing something forbidden by Mom. “It’s a new life, Mom,” I laughed, thinking I had the perfect title for the next book. I get to the strip club. There are no naked women, just music and lights. I sat there with another disabled guy, blaming Amber, Christine and Jessie. My favorite women were hiding the naked women from me on purpose. But then a brunette came out and stripped. She smiled and talked to me. I still have my charm! I have her email address, but I can’t make out the email address! I watched naked women for an hour. Of course the bus was early, but I left with a big smile on my face. The book goes to eight publishers this week. I moved last week. It’s a new chapter of life and just maybe we’ll be published.