Sometimes "happily ever after" becomes a husband who enjoys untold amounts of free time and a wife left to clean up the mess.
We can ask politely or we can scream over a week or 8 years, but it doesn't seem to change anything for more than a few days. How did we get here?
No one ever thought I was getting married. I needed too much freedom. I was by all accounts selfish and I had a nasty little habit of stringing guys along. Who knew I'd make a GREAT wife!
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October 2006 through October 2007 will forever go down as the year I went crazy.
Now, I don’t use the word “crazy” lightly. But the time line of what happened in those months is as follows:
October 21, 2006: Husband and I got married
Two weeks later: Husband and I find out his graduate advisor is moving from the University of Minnesota to The Ohio State University, and we must move as well.
January 1, 2007: We move from St. Paul, MN to Columbus, OH.
craig sent me a link to the "world's most romantic islands". omg they are gorgeous! we still don't know where exactly we want to honeymoon, but we do know that we want a combo of culture/fun and super relaxation. our thought was to split our time...5-7 days in one place then another 5-7 days somewhere else. could be fun, right?! that way, we could get the best of both worlds. maybe touring california wine country for a week then heading south to a mexican beach for margaritas and coronas...more
Genovesa Island: El Barranco – Darwin Bay
Welcome to bird island.
Genovesa, also known as Tower Island (though I’ll always remember it as Bird Island), is quite small but geologically and biologically very interesting. The chemistry of its lavas is identical to lavas that erupt at mid-ocean ridges (a magma type called MORB, or mid-ocean-ridge-basalt) and quite different from most oceanic island lavas.
Everybody is getting married. I haven't been a fan of weddings for quite some time. I always appreciate being invited, of course, but they are hard for me to sit through. I attended a co-worker's wedding over the weekend, the first wedding I've been to in years. All the feelings came back up again, as they do every time, and I was holding in emotions throughout. I don't feel negative about weddings. I don't think I do. Its hard for me to pinpoint exactly why I become so emotional. ...more