Monday, June 27, 2005

Bubble Trouble For Aussie Author

ADELAIDE, Australia (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – An Australian bubble girl is about to break out of her shell.

Twenty-four-year-old Season BubbleGirl – as she prefers to be called – hasn’t left her house in eight years because she suffers from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, a disease where her immune system cannot tolerate fragranced products like scented laundry detergent.

Luckily, living in a bubble hasn’t burst her bubble of finding success. She’s penned a new book A Doggy Diary (Holy Fire) which is written from the perspective of her fluffy Lhasa Apso dog.

The dog’s memoirs recount youthful hijinks like when it got its head caught in a screen door, as well as the time the family mistook the bitch for a boy.

As Season says, “She’s too fuzzy and she looked like she had a willie.”

Season figures she’ll be in her bubble until AIDS is cured because the T cell research will help her overcome her own disease.

But once she’s cured, she says she plans to go crazy outside – like seeing the new freeway near her house.

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