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As the Editor and very personal assistant of Kay Buena, the Artist, I finally got the computer I want!

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

Betty Jane here with her Dell Venue 8 Pro, with tips for other newbies, who just got new jobs: (1) you must  show up at the job. in person. (2)  If the job is to start at 9 in the morning, it is best to have slept for  at least 5 hours before the job. You will find it rarely impressive to nod off at work completely dead  to the world. (3) It is best to dress appropriately for your work place. Always take care in your physical  hygiene.


When she was a younger version of herself, she was so active and talked to herself, or sometimes she was talking to me too, which made her plans more easy to follow, however now she says her phone is listening, which could be true or she could have a dose of the old paranoid case that she can be upon occasion. But I don’t really think she notices how quiet it is around here, until,out of nowhere, she struggles to the living room, turns on the mic amp real loud so the widows shake and plays Ernie K-Doe’s song, “You Talk Too Much”.

Betty Jane, KayBuena’s Editor is wowed by Mr. Dell’s Venue 8 Pro

Sunday, August 17th, 2014
BettyJane takeing a seat on Dell"s Keyboard,for a comfortable talk.

Betty Jane taking a seat on Dell”s
Keyboard, for a comfortable talk.

17. Betty Jane’s Windows Phone

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

16. Say, What Ever Happened to Betty Jane, (er) the Doll:

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

Although Betty Jane had had a troubled and lengthy childhood (that would be 63 years), I am thinking shes not long for this world. She must have had a stroke which left her paralysed: It was sad, yet every one and thing faces the end when the road is blocked, the clock has stopped and they no longer walk.
She has taken to spewing out strange and obscene comments from time to time, and it is hard to tell if that’s due to brain damage or she just likes to hold a grudge and be nasty. The bit with the postal service was hard on her self confidence and she started complaining that her rubber band was fixing to unsnap. It certainly was loose, no question about that. But Betty Jane was a Christian Scientist. Problem there was she was also an atheist too.
She wouldn’t let me take her to the Doll hospital cause ‘they don’t under stand her accent.’

She started cursing and calling me names when I tried to take her picture, so I’ll remember her from my real childhood as the Doll who was my true best friend. She said she was tired of watching the birds with Elmo…and just wanted to sit around. Her Head hangs strangely to the side. But she still has that little all-knowing smile.

Betty Jane