Saturday, July 2, 2011

How to do an Exorcism (Entry 22)

This post has been removed for the novel's debut in April, 2012 . . .


    Elisa isn't your regular nerd.  She's not the kind of person who quotes Monty Python, or has a periodic table tattooed on her butt.  No she's a different sort altogether.  She carries a duct-taped Bible everywhere, wears bright-orange polyester pants, and dyes her hair with red kool-aid.
    Even though she tries slipping by apart from the crowds, it doesn't help that her best friend happens to be "The Boarder," one of the cutest and most popular boys in school.  He's not willing to let her go unnoticed—not until she goes to the homecoming dance with another guy.
   "The Boarder" starts acting weird after the date goes well, and Elisa begins wondering if he's only been looking at her as a friend or maybe something more.  She must choose between her best friend and "The Bad Boy," but will she make the right choice?


  1. This always makes me feel yucky and want to laugh at the same time. What they did was so wrong and messed up. I'm so sorry because you abbreviated this story but I know the long version and it is even uglier. Good for you for being brave.

  2. I'm so sorry you went through that...and I do not like Yellow at this moment. She put her fear of the unknown in front of your friendship and that makes me sad.

  3. Loopy town and Loopy people. It is a miracle you survived and came out sane. This is like something from a crazy horror movie. My mouth is still wide open as I try to take in the insanity of it all. Geeeeeeeeeez!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. There was a time that I faked that I was possessed. I did it to make two very "possessed" to leave me alone. Ask me sometime, it is a crazy story too. I even faked that one of the demons was a lesbian. LOL It was the first time I actually thought about how homosexuals actually did sexual acts. I was actually proud of my performance. They were convinced, and I eventually got away from their entrapment. Yep, they were holding me hostage. They even took me to the hospital and told the employees there that I was mentally ill. On the way home, I jumped from a moving vehicle, and got away. I never went back. That is the "Cliff Notes" version, but let me tell you, I think I understand exactly how you must have felt. Love you! You are truly amazing.

  5. I really do not know what to think about this post...some people just....ugh! Some "christians" just need a big kick in the face!