Emotional Menage-a-Trois…..The stormy relationship I had with Howard made me feel “more alive”

April 25,1964, Saturday. Howard kept following Dave and me. He looked sad. I really like Dave Kendal.

Went Ice Skating with Lauri. Came home and Dave called. He said he’d pick me up at 7:30, because he got in a fight with his mom and he has to find a car to borrow. We all went to Jack’s house until 10:00 and danced and listened to records. There were 6 couples there. We left and went to the Flying Jib in Playa Del Rey. I almost died when I saw Howard’s car. We went into the bedroom, some guy’s came over, but left. We all went to the Jib. When we started to leave Howard came in – almost died. We left and he followed us. There was a Fraternity party, but Dave didn’t want to go in. Howard came in and talked a lot,but  I didn’t say a word. Dave finally came in and we walked across the street. Howard was there, but he left when he saw us. Dave and I went back to the JR’s and Howard was there in the bedroom. Dave and I sat next to him. He looked so sad and didn’t even talk… just stared… Finally he left and Dave and I made-out for an hour.

saffrons rule 2 guys and a girlSo I loved two guys at the same time.

Emotional Menage-a-Trois

I liked Dave Kendal but he wasn’t as exciting as Howard.   I couldn’t let go of him and run back to Howard, for fear of being rejected.   The stormy relationship I had with Howard made me feel “more alive” but, he wouldn’t apologize, so I had to hold onto Dave…..After all Dave had the right surfer image, was a nice guy and most of all, made Howard jealous.  

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Sharrie Williams is the author of The Maybelline Story and a direct descendant of the Maybelline Cosmetic Family. Great niece of Maybelline founder Tom Lyle Williams. Buy a signed copy today.
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