Vonda's mother was one of the countries's greatest fans of television soap operas. Her most uttered phrases were things like "I have to go home now; I don't want to miss my stories." Vonda had often thought she took after her mother in this way. One difference was that while her mother's soap adventures were fiction, Vonda's were real life. For the most part, some of Vonda's "stories" were not as dramatic as those on T.V. but some appeared to be. Her everyday life was an adventure. Her "soaps" consisted of true life experiences, humorous happenings and memorable moments she wanted to share.
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