Gavin degraw dating history

11 Nov

“Staring at a maple leaf, leaning on the mother tree…” What does it mean? However his buff chest, blue eyes and soul would be mine to keep. Case in point, I started to flash my leopard print bra to the Gavin roadies when I walked into the sound-check party and Gina tackled me to the ground. Which was unfortunate for me as those AG jeans cost over 100 dollars when the economy was still good. So imagine my surprise when I found the girl, who stood a good six inches taller than me even with my heels on, and I handed her her wallet and she just said, “Oh, thanks.” Then turned back to her friends without missing a beat. Where was the gratitude, the commendation for valor, the offer to give me a private flight in her F-16 where we could buzz Gavin’s tour bus? But I’m afraid I’m going to have to let this unrequited crush end before it’s even begun.

But within ten minutes I had purchased tickets to see Gavin at the Fox Theater in Pomona. Now he could be free of my shallow need-to-be-worshipped-by-all-men-all-the-time, voracious ego. He’d find someone selfless and mature whom he could have a spiritual, platonic relationship with. And I wouldn’t want Henry to hurt his delicate writers’ hands. She’s Mormon so I knew she’d keep a close eye on me. I’d hoped seeing him in the flesh would be a disappointment. He joked with all of us, made us feel intimately connected to him and basically charmed the pants off of all the ladies. Unfortunately for me I was under the misapprehension that Gavin was the opening act. If you don’t know his music you should treat yourself.

Hold on a minute, there was another identification card.

Bethany Joy Lenz was born on April 2, 1981, in Hollywood, Florida, U. She is the daughter of George Lenz and Catharine Malcolm Holt Shepard. Her father is a history teacher as well as a therapist while her mother is a personnel manager and also entrepreneur.

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