Di Has Stories…

(and they’re all true)

x365/78: Dave C. April 26, 2009

Filed under: Before School,Grade School,High School,Junior High,x365 — Diana @ 5:07 pm

My grandparents’ neighbor, known for his collection of cars that he moved to keep out of the sun and covered in towels, huge family, beautiful lawn, and ability to never have a job.


x365/76: Terry April 24, 2009

Filed under: High School,Roaring Twenties,x365 — Diana @ 5:02 pm

The boy my parents forbid me to see, that I dated for nine months behind their backs.  Six years older than me, was sweet and a virgin.   Years later, I finally deflowered him.


x365/75: Eddie April 23, 2009

Filed under: High School,x365 — Diana @ 4:57 pm

Having grown up in Kuwait, he knew violence.  Liked to make fun of the gory driver’s ed movies.  When he saw I was upset at one, tried to protect me from seeing it.


x364/74: Other Driver’s Ed Teacher April 22, 2009

Filed under: High School,x365 — Diana @ 5:01 pm

Otherwise frustrated coach and teacher with a pedistache, taught driver’s ed with an intensity that just make kids laugh at him.  Thought he was going to have a heart attack in every class.


x365/73: Driver’s Ed Teacher April 21, 2009

Filed under: High School,x365 — Diana @ 4:55 pm

Most chill dude ever.  Never raised his voice or used the idiot brake.  When I was going 15 over the highway speed limit, he calmly asked what I thought I should do about that.


x365/72: Nick B. April 20, 2009

Filed under: High School,x365 — Diana @ 12:14 pm

My first friend in new school, first date, first dance, first kiss.  After that kiss, he said, “Well,that kind of sucked, didn’t it?” and called me a couple days later to break up.


x365/67: Trixie April 15, 2009

Filed under: High School,x365 — Diana @ 5:48 pm

First friend in new school, and our mutual teenage angst made us immediately close. My parents hated her, which only heightened her allure. Turns out she wasn’t really like me, and we grew apart.