To write short stories. I have a lot of material in my head, I need to get it
Quick-witted, well-read men. Also men who have a strong sense of individuality.
People who are close-minded or who have a lot of insecurities.
Not being able to make something out of all my creativity.
WORDS TO LIVE BY:
--Avoid hatred, avoid any kind of mischief and jealousy. Clear your head and
I JUDGE A MAN BY:
The way he carries himself, by the small details that make all the difference.
She shows up at a West Los Angeles restaurant the way she shows up most places
these days: dressed down in a T-shirt and denim overalls and accompanied by
her best friend and roommate, Stacy Sanches. The two women share a wicked but
inscrutable sense of humor and are convinced they'd make great MTV co-hosts.
But first, Miss July, Jennifer Rovero, has to learn the Playboy ropes from Stacy,
the 1996 Playmate of the Year. It's a new world for Jennifer, who spent her
childhood traveling between Venezuela (where her parents lived, though her mother
is English), Texas, California and Florida. Evidence on these pages to the contrary,
Jennifer says she's "just an average girl from Jacksonville who got lucky."
But when she adds that she feels uncomfortable signing autographs, her friend
laughs. "You're a Playmate now," Stacy reminds her. "Get used