P R O P O S A L
David just met Darlene’s Daddy and her two best friends at the C.O.D. Garage in Minden early this morn.
Her Daddy’s 6 bedroom ranch home is likely to go into foreclosure and David can’t income (like $200K for 2 years in a row) qualify in-time to buy it. The mortgage lenders in this part of the Nevada world are stingy at best. Although I have a great lender at EverBank in Los Altos, Cali, Mike Colyer is so busy to spend much time on my account (Ellen, you know how crazy the real estate market is on the San Fran Peninsula).
Anyhoo, dear Ellen you may not remember meeting me at Cobb’s, Punch Line, and Golden Gate Park after my own daughter (now 32) was born in San Fran (don’t call it Frisco, remember).
We are open for any ideas you and your clever staff.
And if you’d like any of my material, just ask and we’ll make a deal.
I have written one 30 min sitcom about a deli in West Menlo Park, screenplays (all humorous, of course) about homelessness, about mental health care, life in a Big Ten college town, two more movie scripts about this great family-run deli across the street from the only house I ever purchased ($269K in 1986; now my ex-wif lives there and) it is worth more than $2 million on the open market.
Pardon my digression, the bottom line is Darlene Amador’s fathers homestead. How could we make a deal so he doesn’t lose all his assets AND me and my new fiancée Anni Auth can live there (near Anni’s 87 yr. mom) and give the TLC needed for the property and praise the Lord? Thankx. Love…kisses…and dance like there is no body watching!