Sunday, September 17, 2006

OsShirt - The Early Days

The Early Days--I don't recall much. Just little bits and pieces of things. I'm hanging around in a store, and then I see him. A good-looking man. Dashing, even. Dark hair, with a little gray beginning to show. Hard to determine his age. Probably a Parrothead wannabe. He probably looks younger than he actually is. Not a small man, either, but I'm a big shirt, so I see a match made in heaven. My coloring and flowers are a bit flambouyant, but I think that this guy might be too. And my hunches are correct. He buys me, and we're off for faraway adventures!

Well, the faraway adventures didn't materialize the way that I had hoped. But I quickly learned some things about this guy. He plays trombone in a fairly popular variety band, and I've been to quite a few gigs with him. I've heard he plays in the symphony too, but I've never been there. He's also a beer drinker. I've done alot of that with him. He seems to have alot of friends, mostly girls for some reason, and he's pretty close with his family. Here's a group of pictures from those old days, when life was predictable and easy.






I've done some road trips with him. Gone to a few concerts. Met alot of people, even some famous ones! I thought things were going great with him. Then he got involved with blogging. And that's sort of where the story gets interesting. I hope you'll follow along! (to be continued...)

7 comments:

Biscuit said...

It's okay, OsShirt. I too understand what it's like to be passed around. My friends do it to me all the time.

On the phone, you sick pervert! Sheesh!

Phain said...

BRILLIANT!!!

Robyn said...

Yay OsShirt! =) hehe

Samantha Alice said...

BWA HA HAAAAA - Guess I need to email you some NYeveEVE pix, if you don't already have them downloaded. Give me a holler if you need 'em!

We were the virgin voyage, weren't we? heh heh heh...

Spitfire said...

*giggle*

KellyKline said...

Oh, to be the first in this line of lewd and lascivious, crude, vulgar, and bawdy revelers!

What an honor it is!

Michelle said...

Hmmm, this is going to be interesting....