Monday, November 12, 2007

There Was This Hot GTO.....


So last week, I looked out my window at work. And I shreiked outloud, a scream of pure animal pleasure. My intern was aghast. Mikey was afraid. They'd never seen or heard that side of sweet Jessica. (This was before they saw me become a zombie). I ran to the door. I walked all around it, right there on the street, peered inside the empty car. Looked around, wondering, dreaming, of who could be the owner of such a hot ride??? Do I dare touch its fabulous hood?

"Oh," I said, "maybe the owner is as amazing as the car?" In my head I thought, "please, please, let this be a GIFT for me today! A car this HOT with a guy equally as hot driving it!" Aside from the fantasy, I really would like to have a car like that. It looked a lot like the one here.

And Izzy once said some really funny stuff about muscle cars. That girls are just not responsible for their actions when exposed to a muscle car. I know, its a bit crazy. You don't maybe picture the girl with the great shoe & hosiery collection dying for these cars. Maybe it just goes back to my adolescent history?

My boyfriend Roger in high school drove a dark beetle green GTO with a matching beetle green interior and that slip-slidey big old back seat....... Its nickname was the "time machine" because somehow, time escaped all who rode in it, such an amazing ride.

And back to now, I wondered aloud, "where is the owner?" Someone in my office sarcastically said, "probably in Hot Wings, or Babeland buying "toys". "NO!" I countered, "I think he's down buying a fabulous hat at the hat store." That was the play in my mind.

Please, let this ALL be a gift to me today.

And 20 minutes later, what do you think we saw?

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nice GTO, but wasn't the Time Machine an Oldsmobile?

Jessica said...

hmm... maybe....i mean its been so long since high school! who is this?--jessica

roger said...

Oops, I guess I didn't sign up correctly. It's Roger. I hope I didn't creep you out, Moody found your blog and told me about it. It's nice, you do good work. I got a kick out of your story of the REM concert with Jodi. It's funny, Moody & I went to see them last month in Raleigh. They did a lot of oldies and really took us back in time. I hope all is well with you and your family, I didn't realize you had a brother.

jessica trent said...

ROG! wow!!! i hate the internet and i love it just for this sort of thing!send me your proper email address so our dialogue doesn't have to be posted for the masses ;) i was just back in virgina for the 4th.