Wednesday, October 29, 2008

To discuss hitting triple digits, or about two more digits than what's in my bank account

I wish I had more time to write this, because this post is supposed to mean something.

It's Number One-Hundred. In the blogging world, this is supposed to be a big deal with much fanfare and jubilation.

I started blogging Aug. 1 and have whipped through 99 posts like tequila shots at a bachelorette party, minus next day's remorse.

I had no clue how to blog when I started, so I appreciate those of you who have been with me since the beginning. Ironically, I figured most of my posts would go like this one chronicling my failures, but then I went and got a girlfriend.

I'll have my regular post later, but I thought for once I'd be brief (unlike this post on yard sales and dead boyfriends), and leave this one up to you. What's been your favorite post so far? What do I suck at more than a $2 hooker past midnight? What do you want more of? How did you get here, anyway?


kk said...

congrats on 100 posts!

and in such a short time - very impressive!

keep it up!

Sophia said...

Congrats on the big 100! I don't know if I have a favorite post, but your descriptive abilities are generally genius. Also, I like the photos of cute animals!

Anonymous said...

Um, I actually don't like reading this at all. Why am I here? Why do I keep coming back?

Kidding, congrats on the triple digits!!

Sam_I_am said...

my favorite post was probably your co-blog with Alicia, since I talked to her more in college than I did to you. Don't be sad though, altos have to stick together. There have been others that have made me laugh out loud and cause people to stop and stare at me. I got sucked into this world, because I found a fake Andy Shaw. :-) Congrats on a blog milestone.

Miss Tiff said...

Congrats on your 100 posts! :) I don't know if I can pick a favorite posts they all are great. I'm one of those people that have been reading since the beginning and I keep reading because your writing is good and you make me laugh. Look forward to reading more! :)

Libby said...

congrats on 100!!!

i would have to say my favorite was "To discuss being a Typewriter Trendsetter". too, too clever.

SouthernBelle said...

I think my favorite is "Andy Fails to Pick Up a Hot Girl in Quiznos" (that's MY title for it)!

P.S. I would love the Andy perspective on my Reader Poll for today!)

P.P.S. Zen question - Where does Andy end and WildARS begin?

Diane said...

Hmmm... favorite post is difficult but I think I'm with Southernbelle on the one about the Quizno's girl. I totally wanted you to go back there every day 'til you saw her again so you could, you know, actually SPEAK to her.

And can I tell you something? When I click on your blog and read WildARS, it totally sounds like Wild Arse in my head. That's not a reflection on you, 'cause you know I have one of those older women crushes on you... it's just how I hear it in my head.

Oh, and congrats on the 100th post!! Keep doin' what you do, darlin', 'cause you do it so well!

Andy said...

First off, I love all of you.

KK- How I've kept up with writing every day for a career, and writing every day on the blog, I'll never know.
Sophia- Cute animals are a good time had by all.
Motown- Yeah, this blog is kind of like the car wreck you can't look away from.
Sam- That was a very cool fake Andy Shaw you found, too.
Tiff- You're like an original settler of this blog. A blog pilgrim. A blogrim.
Libby- I agree- I love that post. Using a typewriter to blog blows the Internet away.
Belle- That line is very blurry. But more and more, I live life based on what's funny for the blog.
Diane- In fact, that's how I pronounce it: "Wild Arse Chase." So you are correct.... I'm also bummed I didn't find Quiznos girl again. But then I found Capricorn, who is the cream in my coffee, so I think that worked out well. If she breaks my heart, though, I'm giving you a call.

Anonymous said...

I must say that our co-blog ranks up there as one of my favorites, but...you know, I'm probably biased. Congrats. :) And keep writing.

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