How I Made 80 Dollars In 80 Seconds On My Bicycle

It’s so easy that I didn’t think it was gonna work, but it really did!

Yeah, I want a little Google Juice, what of it? Anyway, I was out on my bike Wednesday and I was passing the local spillway and I found a $20 on the road. I turned around, picked it up, and thought I was super-lucky. A couple feet away, I saw a wad of $20 and believed that this was the luckiest day of my life so far!

You see, since I’m spending pretty much all of my money on moving to Bowling Green tomorrow, I would have had no money for food that week. Now, I think I’m covered! On my way back home, I decided to look for more $20s, found no more, and got caught in a sudden downpour. I was soaked by the time I got home, but $80 richer than when I left nonetheless.

That’s not the weirdest part. I looked at all of the bills to see if they were fake (oh they’re real, and they’re spectacular!) and they’re all dated 2004, the year my dad died. One of them even had an “A” next to the date. An “A” for Andy or an “A” for Anthony? I later went to his grave to thank him and to visit Grandma and Grandpa. Thanks for the going away present, Dad!

My Last Week In Town

After a shower (like I needed it) and a dry change of clothes, I hung out with Eriopolis and Cody. We marathoned Burst Angel (review coming soon!) until 4 in the morn, left to go sleep, and finished it the next day. It was a pretty good mecha anime, but mecha’s not normally my thing (I like to keep it real with slice-of-life, haha!).

It’s still hard for me to believe that I’m actually moving out into the real world tomorrow. I’m going to be packing all day today and then moving the next day. My mom’s giving me the mini-fridge in the basement so I won’t have to label my cold (but not frozen) stuff, which is awesome!

Flickr Off Or On?

I’m such a fan of Danny Choo’s blog, which consists of a varitable shit-ton of pictures. Pictures of Japan, anime figures, his ever-evolving desk, and then some! I’m wondering if I should join in on the fun and post more pictures in this blog by signing up for Flickr. I remember somebody commenting that they’d like to see something like that and I think it would be a nice addition to TheAndySan.com.

What do you guys think? Lay your comments down below!

TheAndySan

P.S: This is my last blog from my house. The next time you guys hear from me,  it’ll be from my new pad in Bowling Green.

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