I don't plan on this blog being anything fancy, and hopefully not too long winded... although I do tend to ramble when I write, so I apologize in advance! I actually only had the idea to get this blog going a few minutes ago. It started with an attempt to prove my dear friend Flo wrong, when he mentioned I had less than 100 days left in Austria. Well, he was wrong but not by much! In 22 minutes it will be 99 days. While leaving his apartment, he made me promise we'd fit in one last crazy weekend together for old times sake with a group of our friends. It made me realize I probably have a lot of "lasts" coming up if I've only got so little time left... which is when the blog idea hit me.
I have to hurry to get this post up before midnight so I don't have to lie about this being 100 days... So forgive me if this isn't the best blog in the world you've ever seen! I may try to make it better tomorrow... or maybe I won't, it's more for me than it is you anyway!
#100: I have to dedicate my first post to Flo... That's right Flo, this one's for you. He has always made my time here exciting and fun (even when he takes you on a bike ride adventure you don't think you'll ever survive). Tonight was no exception. Chris and I were invited over to play "shit head" with Flo and Anna. Shit head is a card game Chris brought back from the time he spent in Australia. I both love and loathe this game. Mostly because Chris usually wins, but also because he conveniently "makes up" rules to his and Flo's advantage, or so it seems. In the last 3 years I've known Chris and Flo we've played shit head approximately 108 billion times. Even though I cringe at the thought of playing another game, I somehow can't resist whenever Flo calls and invites us over for another shit head night. Probably because I'm bribed with wine and Doritos... or maybe because I'm just a natural shit head? Lucky for me, tonight was not my night to be the shit head... it was Flo's. (You only achieve the shit head title if you loose the most games). So another reason for me to celebrate and a great way to kick off my last 100 days.