George & Wendy Show

Wendy Parker

Schedule down the rabbit hole

| November 28, 2012

Wendy Parker on detention: "What kind of idiot arrives at a warehouse and expects people to unload their truck? (This is thinly veiled sarcasm. OK, completely unveiled sarcasm.)"

Accidental truck stop heartbreaker

| November 25, 2012

"I had not only been sitting directly under the wing vents singing like a maniac, I was screaming lyrics that, when heard without the benefit of the actual music, could be misconstrued."

A new aversion to reefer trailers

| November 23, 2012

"I have it on good authority that New York City is overflowing with dead bodies. Well, maybe not good authority, and possibly bordering on vicious slander and innuendo territory..."

In search of extraterrestrial intelligence

| November 21, 2012

Parker: “The aliens will talk to me for sure. They probably remember me from when I was abducted as a child.”

Fear and loathing at the Salton Sea: Mummies don’t talk

| November 18, 2012

“You’re conversing with someone who’s afraid of wombat infestation in California while scooping dinosaur cat poop into a bag as a present for your dad. I don’t think any useless fact you have stored in your giant brain will make any of this OK.”

Middle of Nowhere, Ariz., with cattle, aliens…

| November 16, 2012

Wendy and George find themselves on a cow path in the middle of the night in Arizona: "When George Parker is driving and he says, 'This isn’t good,' it means you’re potentially about to experience a fiery death crash."...

Surly teenagers: No match for crazy

| November 14, 2012

What happens when 15-year-old surliness runs up against Wendy Parker's natural reason for being -- more than just a little Yoda-speak involved, it is.

Helping a friend out

| November 11, 2012

"If you can affect one person in a positive way today, you've done your job as a human being. Otherwise, you're an alien."

Wendy Parker

Wendy Parker rides with her husband, George Parker, an owner-operator who pulls dry van. She chronicles their adventures and her observations from the shotgun position in her blog and at their website,

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