This is a story I have to share. Yesterday, when I was in town at the only grocery store, a woman asked me, yes, ME-if I were a movie star?! I was all dirty from working, covered in praire mud, but I had to stop at the grocer on my way past town. We were out of a few necessities at home like milk, Coca-Cola , bananas, yogurt, and Cheetos. Anyhow, I noticed this Native American woman looking at me. At first I thought maybe I knew her from some school functions or such, but when I got a good look at her, I did not know her. She had a little girl, her daughter-I would bet, who was riding on the front of her cart and jabbering. Going to the grocer is another chore in life that I dislike-but people gotta eat. I usually make my stop fast and efficient. I raced thru the produce dept, then onto the dairy aisle when I noticed she was still staring at me, following me. I had to stop and talk to the butcher A.O. about some tasty chops that I wanted to purchase and grill this weekend (hubby and son specially asked for chops, something they rarely do–is request a specific meal). This young woman approached me with a friendly smile on her face and asked me if I ever starred in a movie before. I answered no, not ever, altho I was once in a commercial for OSU but did not have a speaking part, just a clip. She was very pleasant and attractive, but kinda dingy and spacey. She had me wondering about chemicals, balances, and such. She said I was a dead ringer for an actress who played the part of a mother to a bunch of wild boys. She did not know the name of the movie. She said in the movie, I was not the boys’ real mother, I was married to thier father who was a carpenter? She wasnt real sure about the ‘father’s’ profession, either. To be quite honest, I have no idea what movie or movie star this gal was speaking of. I hope whoever the unknown actress is, I hope she is a good one.