We've all heard that time flies when you're having fun. Now it can also be said that Joyce Kurtz flies when she's having fun. The popular actress and star of Snow Camel Entertainment's "Joyce" episode momentarily defied gravity while shopping at the Glendale Galleria with her daughter Lily last Saturday afternoon. They were waiting in line for cinnamon pretzels at Auntie Anne's when Joyce felt herself rise above the floor.
"Everybody thinks you have to flap your arms to fly," Kurtz commented to reporters after the event. "But that's not how it happened. What I did was kick my feet really fast because I was excited about getting a pretzel. I must have pretty strong feet because the kicking generated an air current that provided thrust which lifted me up. It's just physics."
Observers were stunned as Kurtz propelled herself several inches into the air and glided to the front of the pretzel line.
"I don't think it's fair," complained Addie Smith, a Galleria shopper who was also waiting for a pretzel. "Just because she can fly, that doesn't mean she should get to cut to the front of the line!"
To catch Kurtz while on the ground, just click on the "Joyce" episode above.
SELMA – Selma gets advice from Dr. Clinken on how to deal with her cranky teenaged son.
Slice off the tops of the bread rounds and scoop out the soft inner parts to create "bowls". Scoop generous amounts of ice cream into the bowls. Serve this tasty treat for dinner AND dessert! Your family won't believe their luck!
Psychic Can't Contact Camels!
Popular area psychic Madam Rowena is distraught about her inability to contact Snow Camels Entertainment. "I've tried and tried, but I can't get through," Madam Rowena told reporters at her Glendale salon on Friday. She confided that while unable to get ahold of Snow Camels Entertainment, she's been successfully contacting the dead for over 25 years. "I find it easier to talk to dead people," Rowena told reporters. "They aren't snobbish."
Those who wish to contact Snow Camels Entertainment should try emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is our last Psycho Therapy episode. There are those who will be sad, those who will be glad, and those who just won't care. That's okay. It's all okay. The important thing is to know what you're feeling so that you can feel it fully. If you find that you don't know what you're feeling, stop a moment and think to yourself, "What am I feeling? Is this really what I'm feeling, or is it just what I think I'm feeling? Or could it be just what I want to be feeling? Perhaps I'm just feeling this to get attention. Or maybe it's what somebody else is feeling and I'm just copying them. "
So many of us don't take the time to think about our feelings. Instead we just go along having fun and not thinking about feelings at all. That's so sad.
Do something for YOU today. Take a bubble bath or go see Eat, Pray, Love. This is your special YOU time!
Contemplating Suicide? WAIT!
No more all-new, life-affirming Psycho Therapy sessions starring Mark McCracken are coming, but surely there must be some other reason to live. Surely.