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In celebration of my former cooking skills!

My hubby wrote a silly little song to cheer me up when I was laid low and it grew into this amazing animation!

When I was starting the 7th grade in Lamont, OK (a new school-every year a new school) I wanted to make a splash. The teacher asked us all to stand up and introduce ourselves and include nicknames if we had them. Around the room we went taking turns, example: “My name is Christopher but everyone calls me Chip,” etc. When it was my turn, I stood and said my name is Vicki, and then, in my best Mae West impersonation, I added, “ But, they call me Sexy Texie.” Well, definitely all eyes on me! My teacher was so cool. She said, “Is Sexy Texie” what they called you at your last school?” “No,” I admitted, burning with embarrassment. She said, “Is Sexy Texie what your family calls you at home?” “No,” I mumbled, ready to fall through the floor. She said, “Alright, then. We’ll just call you Vicki.” I sank down in my seat, grateful that she went on to the next person. I was so humiliated. I couldn’t believe how wrong my big splash had gone. Then, at recess, I was amazed when my classmates embraced me for my boldness. And that is how I became the go-to gal at Lamont Jr. High for questions about sex. (Which I knew nothing about.)

Enjoy it! It has a cameo of Obama, is 2 minutes long, and lots of fun! IGNORE THE WARNING THAT IT CAN'T BE PLAYED!!! (Hubby set it up so it can't be embedded anywhere) I just tested it and it plays just fine.


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Here's something a little different!

My hubby wrote a silly little song to cheer me up when I was laid low and it grew into this amazing animation!

When I was starting the 7th grade in Lamont, OK (a new school-every year a new school) I wanted to make a splash. The teacher asked us all to stand up and introduce ourselves and include nicknames if we had them. Around the room we went taking turns, example: “My name is Christopher but everyone calls me Chip,” etc. When it was my turn, I stood and said my name is Vicki, and then, in my best Mae West impersonation, I added, “ But, they call me Sexy Texie.” Well, definitely all eyes on me! My teacher was so cool. She said, “Is Sexy Texie” what they called you at your last school?” “No,” I admitted, burning with embarrassment. She said, “Is Sexy Texie what your family calls you at home?” “No,” I mumbled, ready to fall through the floor. She said, “Alright, then. We’ll just call you Vicki.” I sank down in my seat, grateful that she went on to the next person. I was so humiliated. I couldn’t believe how wrong my big splash had gone. Then, at recess, I was amazed when my classmates embraced me for my boldness. And that is how I became the go-to gal at Lamont Jr. High for questions about sex. (Which I knew nothing about.)

Enjoy it! It is 2 minutes and lots of fun! IGNORE THE WARNING THAT IT CAN'T BE PLAYED!!! (Hubby set it up so it can't be embedded anywhere) I just tested it and it plays just fine.

Oh, and Obama has a cameo!


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I'll be in OKC this week!

HOOP JUMPER, the first play of my trilogy on the Dawes Rolls, premieres in the Native American New Play Festival by the Oklahoma City Theatre Company this week. Love to see some fellow DUers there!
http://newsok.com/tulsa-born-playwright-vicki-lynn-mooney-jumps-into-oklahoma-debut-with-hoop-jumper/article/5417479
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