Grill Walk

"Honey, do you want to go for a walk over to our new house?"I knew something was up from the very moment my husband posed this question to me the other day, but I went along with it because I was curious.You see...Getting my husband to agree to walk the dogs with me is about as difficult as getting my husband to throw an empty milk carton into the trash...It's damn near impossible!...more

Yes, this is true...I never thought if it that way before!



My husband and I currently reside in the lower level of a duplex with our Welsh Corgi dogs, Rascal and Bandit. Sadly, we don't have a fenced in yard, which means my husband and I end up "taking turns"...bringing the dogs out to the backyard to do their business....more

Forgetful? Who me?

You know how you when you move in with someone, you discover all of these little quirks about that person that you never noticed before living with them? For example, I simply cannot stand the way my husband sneezes. It's so incredibly annoying and loud. Oh, and it still boggles ...more

All The Small Things

I'll be the first to admit that I have a good time poking fun at my husband on the Clueless Newlywed Blog. Though all of the so-called newlywed adventures are true...The tone I set here probably makes my husband out to be a lot worse than he really is. So, I've decided to dedicate this post to all the small things...That is...All the small things my husband does that actually makes me happy. =) ...more

Unfinished Business

My husband has a knack for doing chores half-way. Well, let me clarify a bit...He has a different way of approaching all typical household chores, and he never hesitates to 'teach' me those different ways... ...more

How Newlyweds Buy a Car

Ya know...Going through this whole car-buying process as a clueless newlywed made me think back on my first car-buying experience - A time when I was more clueless and not-so-much a newlywed. I was a recent college grad, and I had two criteria on my list: Cute car and affordable. (In that order too!) ...more

Parting with Tony Montana

My husband's had this poster of Tona Montana and "his little friend" since college. And as soon as we moved in together, the poster went up, and all of my pleas for him to take it down have been brutally rebuffed since. That is until this weekend when I approached my husband with this one simple sentence: "Since we've been married for over a year, I think it's safe to say that we have officially passed the point in which hanging a giant Scarface poster from thumbtacks above our couch in our TV room is considered acceptable." ...more

Technically Communicating

I discovered an interesting phenomenon this week that I just had to share with you all...My husband and I literally talk non-stop 24/7/365. ...more


I neber even thought about the effects of married couples who met online! Of ...more

Broke Butt Mountain

My husband and I decided to take a week long vacation in Colorado. I was looking forward to spending time with my parents, re-connecting with some old friends and visiting Boettcher Mansion, where we got married just a little over a year ago. My husband, on the other hand, was looking forward to one thing...Snowboarding on the mountains. ...more

Marriage Makes You Lazy

So I've decided that marriage makes you lazy. At least that's the only way I can explain my year-long habits of procrastinating, not going out as much as I used to, and not caring as much about my appearance. It's sad, I know. I read articles/blogs about these kinds of things happening after one gets married. And I knew that this day would come. I guess I'm just surprised that it happened within the VERY FIRST YEAR of my marriage. (Lord only knows what the next several years will look like.!) ...more