11 – Meanwhile, At Work

Bringing it Home I am a preacher’s kid, and in middle school I began attending out of town church events.  Dances, camps, retreats, events.  At my first church camp, I danced with a girl at the last night dance. She was way above my pay grade and a seventh grader to boot.  She took me […]

6 – American Born Chinese – Part 2

  She had changed from her conference clothes into some summery jumpsuit shorts, which showed off her femininely muscular legs.  I suspected she was a runner.  I walked behind her with Jason and Tareq and my eyes never left her ass as she bounced and skipped along like a little girl. I thought back to my first […]

5 – American Born Chinese – Part 1

  Over the course of the months between my Las Vegas trip and my first San Francisco trip, I had made some small changes which my wife did not approve of.  I began dressing more stylishly and youthfully, and I changed my hair style to a “short messy”.   I sometimes even used a little product […]

4 – Hyper-Religious

  When I was a young child my dad was guest preaching at a church in San Antonio.  I sat with my mom and my twin brother with the congregation.  In my memory, it was a huge church.  My home church was a tiny church in a tiny town.  My dad often addressed children in […]

3 – VIP – Part 3

  The only club I’d been to was when I was in 10th grade.  My best friend’s little step-sister really wanted to go to this club in town that had an age minimum of sixteen.  She was only fourteen.  I was a little anxious about taking her there.  Her father had not given her permission, […]

2 -VIP – Part 2

  I had set my alarm for seven AM to make sure I made it to the special alumni breakfast.  I called Donald. He said in a hoarse voice, “Wassss happenin!” “Not much.  I’m just about to go down to the lobby.  Will you meet me up by the desk?” I said. “Yup.  I’m already […]

1 – VIP – Part 1

I didn’t become a maniac all at once.  There was no point in time in which I could say I had “lost it”.  There was, I suspect, a gradual recognition in the minds of those around me that something was wrong with me.  Something I said here, something I did there.  Perhaps just the look […]