Tag Archive | High school
Trap Door To The Booby Hatch: Part I – From the Medical Archives of Don Kenton Henry . . .
I was digging through an old footlocker I have carted around since a stint in military school my junior year of high school when I came across my scrap book from those prep school days. In it I found an copy of myself making the cover of Psychology Today. Seems I’m published after all. Well . […]
Venus Wore Red Ball Jets
VENUS WORE RED BALL JETS BY DON KENTON HENRY “To say she was the epitome of feminine beauty is as wanting as was my ability to have her. It was as obvious as she was unattainable.” No one ever called me “Tiger”, much less mistook me for one, and yet, the “Tig-Arena” was where […]