6,999 to go with an ankle biter


Okay, I know I have not been blogging much lately and for that I apologize. If it makes you feel any better I have been neglecting my Processo duties as well and if I’m not drunk or visiting Mama, I can be a pretty boring person I guess.

The thing is…there are 7,000 questions on the Italian driver’s exam and 600 variations of the exam. So this month is crunch time, which means I will not be blogging much or drinking either but it will be one hell of a celebration once I pass the exam 🙂

Now, if I can just get Coco to stop hiding under the computer desk and stop biting my ankles…

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7 Responses to 6,999 to go with an ankle biter

  1. Rick Zullo says:

    We can excuse you for ignoring your blog (temporarily), but Prosecco? How could you? Vergognati!!

  2. Diana says:

    Oh my gosh! Good luck with your studies. I took the test a year after living here. I was lucky enough to take mine in English, but I heard they are only offering it Italian now. Is that true? UGGG! Either way….no fun. Good luck!!!

    • You heard true…only in Italian now and so I am getting two lessons in one! I missed my chance to do it in English then procrastinated on the Italian version hoping they would revert back to an English version when they saw how silly they were being about it, lol!

  3. Morguie says:

    The citizens would revolt here in California if the driving exam were given only in English…as it stands at present, I believe there are probably 10 or 15 languages for such an exam here. Good luck to you.

  4. ulbarb says:

    Hello! You’ve been nominated on my blog. If you want you can partecipate at the liebster award. It’s written in German and Italian. Thanks a lot. See you later. Ulrike

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