The last few weeks have been really fun. I am now on the third and final 3-day weekend in a row. Yesterday was my last day in training. We had a really awesome graduation ceremony at work. After work the entire crew decided to go out for “a couple” drinks. I am really excited about being their coach. They are a fantastic group of individuals who work hard and strive for the best. This is the last time I am able to hang out with them in this capacity because as of tomorrow I become their supervisor. So last night we cut loose!
Now that I think about it, I have been doing a lot of cutting loose lately. Last weekend was new years eve. What a crazy night! Bottles, cans, keg, shots, mixers, you name it… we had it! I knew the party was off to a great start when we discovered the puke in the laundry room. (And we still don’t know who did it!)
I was told that I kind of played bartender for the first half of the party, that is, until I got too drunk to even speak clearly. You see, I made up a drink while I still lived in Utah that people seem to enjoy. You too can make this special drink! Just follow along with these 5 simple steps (I make learning fun!):
1. Get a really big glass with ice.
2. Pour in a lot of Bacardi O (or any orange flavored rum for you frugal types)
3. Pour in a lot of Malibu Rum (cheap stuff works too)
4. Add Mountain Dew (almost to top of glass) and mix
5. Add 1 shot of Midori Melon Liqueur (do not mix)
There was another drink I made that night. This is a drink I made for Ashley that got her tilted! I don’t have a name for it yet, but it’s really simple to make; just a little expensive, heh. Start off with a bottle of Remy Martin VSOP Cognac (See, we are already off to a great start). Mix it with Wal-Mart generic brand guava nectar. About 1 part Remy to 2 parts guava. Yummy!
It is time to get back to business though. Training is over. Play time has ended. No more partying for Richie, not until I get settled in. I want to really excel at this new job. I have high expectations of myself. Ok, so, I will have the occasional shot of tequila or five.. nothing wrong with that!