Choose Your Own Adventure – Ridiculous Summer Series

Like the capillaries in the body and the branches of a tree, the possibilities are endless.

Like the capillaries in the body and the branches of a tree, the possibilities are endless.

My ridiculous summer is admittedly over and it’s time to bunker down and whip out a good story or two for my blog maniacs. I think I’ve spoken before about how change ruins lives, specifically mine. Since April, and for much of the Summer, my life became unrecognizable with change. I then made a tough (yet rewarding) decision to bring myself back to where I am today: reunited with the things that mean the most.

In other words, “III’mmm Baaack . . . B!tches”.

Over the Summer I got myself into a few unfortunate, less than ideal situations. These tales could be funny to anyone but me and I would rather not re-live them, but I’ll tell ya what, I’ll curb stomp my dignity just this once. I have a few titles ready; YOU tell ME what you’re digging on reading first:

1. Fountain Foundation

2. How to Babysit an Egg

3. Wipe The Seat for Me, Sir?

4. I’m Dating my “Cousin”

5. Rudy the Mange-foot TameDeer

6. He Said “YES!”

7. Redneck Love Letters

Remember those “Choose Your Own Adventure” books?! No matter which route you chose, it was always a f@cking mess, and then you read the book again choosing different adventures and that was also a disappointment? That’s likely how this will end for you.

Now, GO! Choose your own ridiculous summer adventure, comment below, and the one with the most votes will be thoughtfully written and posted on Friday (I’m anticipating at least 2, maybe 3 votes here, so don’t let me down!)

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