How do you do it? How do you survive a long distance relationship? There’s no clear answer. Food, water, and air certainly help. There’s more to it, though. Jenny and I can give you plenty of advice on how to … Continue reading Long Distance Relationship Advice: Don’t Take Anyone’s Advice
Assuming Jenny and I are soulmates and are meant to be together (hey, we did well on this quiz!) let’s examine how close we could have come to never meeting. Meeting your soulmate is no easy task. The odds that … Continue reading The Butterfly Effect: What If You Never Meet Your Soulmate?
It might amaze some people to learn that Jenny and I weren’t always this public in regards to our relationship. During the first two years together, … Continue reading Keeping Our LDR on the DL
Over the last month, I’ve done something I haven’t done much of in the last year. I’ve actually been home alone. There were no fun booby … Continue reading Home Alone: Keeping Sane in a Long Distance Relationship
Whenever I miss Jenny I’ll listen to songs that make me think of her. She’s a big fan of P!nk, a singer who should probably be called Blonde Man Back if we’re going to keep her up-to-date with her appearance. … Continue reading Beecation Soundtrack Playlist: Just Give Me A Reason by P!nk Featuring the Ugly Guy from fun
When was the time you laughed the hardest? I’m guessing you were standing in front of a mirror naked, you monster. Seriously. You call that a human body? For me, the hardest genuine laugh I ever had was with Jenny … Continue reading The Hardest I Have Ever Laughed
This isn’t going to turn into one of those typical rants you’ll read online or a list of all of the people in the world who deserve to walk out of a window. I’m going to keep it a lot … Continue reading People I Hate
For Christmas I sent Jenny a letter with 12 different folded pieces of paper inside. Each paper was marked with a different month. She’s allowed to open them when the corresponding month begins. When I visited in April she opened … Continue reading Wish Granting
In the Philippines one of the main forms of transportation is the jeepney. Basically, it’s like a jeep and a person’s knee mated; as the name suggests. Then the offspring looks like a jeep, but it’s the size of a … Continue reading A Review of Jeepneys from an American
Let’s play a game. It’s called Whose Shirt Is It? Think of this as a game similar to Whose Line Is It Anyway? with completely different rules. The only similarity is the name. Our first contestant is Timmy Bee. He … Continue reading Whose Shirt Is It?
My 28th birthday was a strange one. I woke up at 3:30 in the morning or so and was outside by 4AM trotting a mile with a bag full of clothes over my shoulders. Birthdays are supposed to be spent … Continue reading When Did My 28th Birthday End?
About a year ago Jenny and I watched The Imitation Game. It was during a phase where we enjoyed some of well received films rather than critically panned ones we also enjoy watching together. It was better than advertised even … Continue reading Benedict Cumberbatch’s Long Face in The Imitation Game
At least, not in the way you’re thinking. Before we were even officially in a relationship, I knew dating Timmy, a white American, would be quite a shock to the people around me. Philippines is not as diverse as the … Continue reading What it’s REALLY Like Dating a White Man (No, it’s NOT like Winning the Lottery)
I’m in an interracial relationship yet I often forget this is a fact. It’s 2016 now and interracial relationships are pretty common. Even famous people have them. Disney movies for goodness sake center their plots around two people of different … Continue reading I’m in an Interracial Relationship and Sometimes I Forget
Time management skills are important in everything we do in life, especially romance. When you’re in a long distance relationship it’s even more vital you manage your time well as the difference on the clocks can really hinder your sense … Continue reading Long Distance Relationship Necessity #1: Good Time Management Skills
Two years and four months ago, I declared my love to Timmy. It was the riskiest, most heart-racing, potentially humiliating, and greatest thing I did ever. Every day since has been full of bliss, simply because of Timmy’s love. I … Continue reading Happiness Tip #1: Declare Your Love
I’m not sure when the exact moment came when I decided I was ready to marry Jenny. Our relationship had been official for almost two years when my next goal in life was to propose. We had talked about it … Continue reading Selecting the Perfect Engagement Ring: Blindly Choosing, Getting Lucky
It all started with me commending him about his eating achievement. It was written on April 29, 2012 on the Resume page of his blog, Mooselicker. From the very start, food has been our instant connection. (Ugh, we such piggies, … Continue reading How I Got Engaged to a White Man: A Very Short Intro