Posts Tagged star-struck

He Sure Looks Familiar

Y’all might have noticed, I love telling stories about my little brother, Ken. This one is about Ken’s encounter with a celebrity; he’s always been kind of the star-struck sort, and as you will see, he is, at times, at a loss for words. (NOT!) Read the rest of this entry »

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Dandy Don!

I have to tell y’all another one about my brother, Ken. I love telling “Ken Stories”! Have you noticed? This one is about Ken’s encounter with a celebrity; he’s always been kind of the star-struck sort, and as you will see, he is, at times, at a loss for words. (NOT!) Read the rest of this entry »

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Shootin’ the Breeze With Jimmy

I’ve never been one to get star-struck over celebrities; they never struck me as anybody special; just folks like everybody else, only they had a pretty fun-looking job. Now, my brother, Ken, he gets all google-eyed and tongue-tied around famous folks; has a pretty hard time remembering their names, too. Check out my story, Dandy Don, and you’ll see a good example of what I’m talking about. This story, though, is about the time I met a celebrity when I was about nineteen or twenty years old. Read the rest of this entry »

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Dandy Don!

I have to tell y’all another one about my brother, Ken. I love telling “Ken Stories”! Have you noticed? This one is about Ken’s encounter with a celebrity; he’s always been kind of the star-struck sort, and as you will see, he is, at times, at a loss for words. (NOT!) Read the rest of this entry »

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Shootin’ the Breeze With Jimmy

I’ve never been one to get star-struck over celebrities; they never struck me as anybody special; just folks like everybody else, only they had a pretty fun-looking job. Now, my brother, Ken, he gets all google-eyed and tongue-tied around famous folks; has a pretty hard time remembering their names, too. Check out my story, Dandy Don, and you’ll see a good example of what I’m talking about. This story, though, is about the time I met a celebrity when I was about nineteen or twenty years old. Read the rest of this entry »

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