So, let’s say you are in a new city, let’s say San Antonio, for the first time and your uncle has dropped you off in front of the Alamo and asked you to wait for him while he goes and finds a parking spot. And let’s say while you are standing there, you see, out of the corner of your eye, a TV camera, along with a reporter-type person speaking into it, and while you are waiting there with your umbrella and purse, a man from the small camera crew approaches you and asks if you’d like to be in a television commercial. What would you say? What would you do? Well, it happened to me, and though I was initially reluctant, I honestly had nothing better to do and thought, well, why not? Life is an adventure after all. You never know what you’re going to get out of it. By the time my uncle found a spot and returned to the Alamo, there were no signs of any camera crew. I’m thinking that he still doesn’t really believe I’m telling the truth about this little diversion in the day. So, if for no other reason, I’m posting it here as hard proof that it happened. It’s actually pretty funny — funny in that I tried hamming it up a little just for kicks, and I look pretty much like a dork. But, it made me laugh anyway, and laughter is healthy, so I’ll take that, too.
So now, introducing Roxane’s debut appearance for Freedom Chevrolet: