(Sammy, the Gat, is a continuing story.)
Turns out the kitten’s moniker is Cat, as in Cat Astrophic, a clothes-shedder from the Big Apple–and an in-business shrink and a black-top-burnin’ MotoGP racer to boot. The beauteous Belinda’s been backstaged. Now, the Cat Woman and me, we got us a 28-hour cross-countries to do in 24 on NoDoz. She revs the bike and we blast off. Speedy Gonzalez bags three clock-chimes in France but loses ten 60-secs in Spain where she stops to eye-to-eye it with an unknown at a fancy box spring designed by a skull-and-bones man. My turn to white-knuckle the handlebars; even Wonder Woman needs a breather.
(Click to catch up on Sammy, the Gat.)
THE GATIONARY of Sammy Speak
bags: v. makes up. clock-chime: n. hour. clothes-shedder: n. stripper.
cross-countries: n. road trip through multiple countries.
fancy box spring: n. high-class hotel. in-business shrink: n. practicing psychiatrist.
MotoGP: n. championship motorcycle road race. NoDoz: n. fatigue-fighting pills.
(Photo by Kent Bonham. Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Friday Fictioneers, May 03, 2013.)