I think I speak for men and the more masculine woman in a gay relationship. Ladies, if you’re not sure if you’re the more testosterone-fueled one or not, have a mustache measuring contest. The key to a good marriage is … Continue reading Five Keys to a Successful Marriage
Gaining weight in the first year of marriage is common. What’s our excuse for the second year? Continue reading The First Year of Marriage is the Softest
Would you work with your spouse? Let’s weigh the pros and cons of this lifestyle choice. Continue reading Would You Work with Your Spouse?
Bedbugs, new jobs, you know the drill. Continue reading Updates
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
Shopping, buying new things, and spending any money at all makes me sick to my stomach. So, when I learned Jenny felt the same way, I knew for sure she was the wife for me. Jenny is what you may … Continue reading Living with a Minimalist as a Former Collector
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?
Are Jenny and I soulmates? There’s only one way to tell: Reading an article online and seeing if we meet the signs. There are lots of articles like this out there. To ensure victory, I’ve selected one with only eight … Continue reading Have You Found 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
Jenny and I have been married for over 14 months now. So, when it comes to timely writing, this one is like the release of the Dumb and Dumber sequel 20 years after the first. Hopefully, this isn’t as awkward … Continue reading Stupidly Following Traditions On Our Wedding Day
I’m not the best at looking neat. In the nicest way possible, Jenny reminds me of this. I’m not sure how she does it. Not many … Continue reading Long Distance Relationship Disadvantage: No One to Stop You From Looking Sloppy
I think Jenny and I have matured over the last year. Before, our must-watch show was Forensic Files. We’d gather our dinner together, put on our alluring mystery program, and hope that the other didn’t have a life insurance policy … Continue reading This is Us Obsessing Over Jeopardy!
Last weekend Jenny and I went on another trip to a New Jersey landmark. Our first was to see The Deserted Village of Feltville, which you … Continue reading Marriage is About Your Spouse Embarrassing You and Not Caring
The older I get, the fewer goals I seem to have for myself. Maybe it’s because the goals I do have are bigger. I want to have a family with Jenny. That includes babies and a job to help support … Continue reading Old People Have Fewer Goals Therefore They Must Love Soccer
I’m going to break Han Solo’s words of advice and get cocky, kid. I have a really good marriage. I mean, life is far from perfect. … Continue reading A Good Marriage Doesn’t Solve All of Your Problems
Sadly, the holiday season is officially over. We’re in a new year filled with many wonderful hopes and dreams. Before those desires are crushed by reality, re-live our Christmas gift exchange. WARNING: We mostly got each other food. And most … Continue reading Christmas Gift Exchange
Wedding rings are powerful. Until you have one, you don’t realize how much meaningful weight they carry. These circular items represent a promise to spend a … Continue reading The Power of a Wedding Ring
A lot has happened to Jenny and I over the last several months. We’ve kept quiet about it, mostly because of how busy it was. Our days were longer than they were in the first half of our time together … Continue reading Check the Blind Spot
Can you guess what we did as pre-celebration for Christmas? You guessed right–it involved food (of course). Continue reading Pre-Christmas Activities
English is tough enough on my mind. In an attempt to make me burst, Jenny tested me on the Filipino language. These are all of the words I know or at least thought I did. Continue reading Learning Filipino: All the Tagalog/Visayan Words I Know
Among the two of us, Jenny is the bigger binge watcher. I don’t have the attention-span to focus on too many television shows for long. Frankly, I can’t concentrate on anything at all for long. I started writing this blog … Continue reading Bees Binge Watch Session: Wanted
Mondays are for crazy things. This Monday, Jenny and I decided to upgrade this blog from a free WordPress site to a premium account with a dot com domain. This place of worship is now officially twobeesinablog.com. We’ve joined the … Continue reading Mastering Your Domain
This is what happens when two big goofs can’t resist playing in the first snow of the season. Be warned: Poop jokes are involved (as usual). Continue reading Playing in the Snow