I once had dinner with Stephen Furst from Babylon 5: True. It was a science fiction convention and Mr. Furst sat at our table and told us (5 or 6 women) his life story, basically, good and bad. Asked us not to post anything of what we heard on the internet. Far as I know, nobody ever has. Sweet, kind, generous, funny man. *loves*
I once raised a baby deer to adulthood: True. Someone found a deer apparently "abandoned" (which probably wasn't actually the case; does often leave their fawns to find food), and asked if we'd raise him, as we had lactating goats at the time. There's a whole story about him, but that's another post. He was a cutie, and for all I know, he's still running around somewhere.
I had a walk-on part in Outside Providence: Nope. I'm not even sure where the film was made, and I've never seen it.
It took me seventeen years to finish college: Actually, it was sixteen; I counted wrong. I started my first class in 1986, when I only had two kids. I finished last year. It was off and on, because of the kids and the fact that for a lot of years, I lived on a freaking island.
I was forbidden to leave my yard alone until I was eleven.: True, sadly. My mother was extremely overprotective and thought I'd wander into traffic and get squashed or maybe I'd be abducted or maybe I'd just wither up and die without her. Consequently, I was also eleven before I learned to ride a bicycle.