Tomorrow we resume the must read “Where I’ve lived” with the story of of Three Men And A Little Debutante. It stars a Little Debutante (heretofore known as Foghorn Leghorn), from on of my favorite places to live the great state of Alabama, a cat, a dog, a casting director, a credit card, a truck, and of course the three men.
Supporting players are a trip across country to escape a husband, getting a job, a British Account Executive, and a whole bunch of neurotic ad people from New York’s best and most neurotic ad agency. And all of it except the parts that didn’t take place in this apartment building took place right in this apartment building where I lived. He did too. One of us is writing in the third person and I can’t figure out who it is.
In case you didn’t know. “Places I’ve Lived” is the remarkable story of a guy with absolutely no talent who turned that lack of talent into a strength. It’s also about the seemingly endless amount of places that this young man lived and what * happened.
*NOTE: I mean what happened in the places he lived, or did I live in those places? This gets confusing sometimes.
Anyway join us on 16th Street. And share the adventure. Since, the whole world is so digital now we have decided to use only digital type and no analog.
PICTURE BELOW BUT YOU DON’T HAVE TO LOOK AT IT BECAUSE IN TOMORROW’S REAL STORY IT WILL BE THERE AGAIN