It all started one hot, boring day in June 2006. I was three days into my first summer of freedom in twelve years, and I was getting tired of wandering around the house in circles.
My, it's amazing how things just don't change.
1. Vegas is still a miserable, smoggy, soul-searing, apathetic, lethargic, sun-baked hell-hole after about 10 in the morning.
2. I still don't have much more going on than meals and naps.
3. I still weigh the same as at this time last summer.
4. I think my skin cancer is back.
But if that was the whole story, there would be no reason for this blog to exist. Let's see what else happened over the last 100 posts:
There were lots of great vacations, with lots of great pictures. Click here, here, and here for cool, refreshing photos from the Sierras.
Last August, Tyson wanted some pictures for Tracy, an old friend from high school.
In September, we had a little poster contest. The second poster from the top was declared the winner.
In December, we got snowed on and said goodbye to the beach house.
Things were pretty boring around here until the end of February, with the debut of the a series of participation exercises. Soon dubbed Audience Participation Monday, these activities quickly became the highlight of this blog.
April brought a potential Spring Break crisis and a new job for next year.
May consisted almost exclusively of Audience Participation Mondays, and June, well, scroll down to reminisce about June. It's all still there.
I just want to give a shout out to all my readers who have been there from the very beginning--Tyson, my sister, and my moms. Without their support, this would probably have been another one of those "ehhhh" projects that sounded good, but never got off the ground. And for everyone else--Tammy, Erica, Elaine, Brannon, Michael, Billyfish, J--I'm glad you showed up and stuck around. (With apologies to anyone I may have forgotten. I can always add you in, good as new, and nobody will know the difference.)
Here's to another 100 posts.