As Jenny wrote a few weeks ago, we planned to lose some weight this year. Like plans of mice and men, donuts and other goodies got in the way. Over the past few weeks, our dieting attempt didn’t go too … Continue reading So, How’s That New Diet Working Out For Ya?
This is one of those blog posts I regularly write about regarding the horrors of getting older. An example of this is the one about how … Continue reading But My Wife Thinks I’m Funny
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
Is eating lunch in your car weird? It’s one of the most antisocial things you can do. It’s also a practice I’ve participated in hundreds of … Continue reading Are People Who Eat Lunch in Their Car Weird?
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
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
I tried vlogging on my own the other day, hoping to give our audience a glimpse into how uneventful my day is without Jenny around. As you’ll soon see, I spend most of my time away from the sun not … Continue reading Tell Them You’re a Professional Vlogger
We spent our actual Christmas night continuing a family tradition: going out around the neighborhood to view the Christmas lights/decorations (or as we like to pretend, we were judging our town’s Christmas decor competition). Who knew the trendy Christmas decoration … Continue reading We Spent Christmas Judging Our Neighbors
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
Not long ago, Jenny became an adult by having her wisdom teeth removed. Unfortunately, it wasn’t as pleasant as the sketch she made four days after. While not recognized in all cultures as a passage into adulthood, it certainly is … Continue reading Wisdom Teeth Removal: The Nine Inch Face
I’m a pretty neurotic person. Worrying about anything–from the possibility of having an aneurysm to whether I cooked the meat well enough to whether I’m good enough to doubting the soundness of having a kid and making him/her live in the … Continue reading It’s Okay Not to be Happy
The people of the Philippines aren’t sure what they should do about the gay population. On one hand, they’re a very religious nation built primarily of Catholics. On the other softer, more manicured hand they seem to really get a … Continue reading Filipinos Don’t Know What To Do About Gay People
We didn’t watch too much television during our “Great Alaskan Journey” as Tim Magazine is calling it. Tim Magazine, by the way, is the fictional version of Time Magazine I publish inside of my head every morning. I’m always the … Continue reading Local Alaskan Television: Guns, Funny Voices, and Not Much Else
A little over a year ago, before Jenny arrived and moved in with me, I wouldn’t say I was a very vain person. I’m still not compared to most people. You should see the stains on my clothes and how … Continue reading Shallowness Has No Place in a Relationship, Long Distance or Otherwise
There’s a lot to love about Alaska. The scenery. The nature. The lack of people. One thing I didn’t enjoy was how hard it was to … Continue reading Don’t Visit Alaska Expecting to Drink Water Below 100 Degrees
Our one-year wedding anniversary is coming up. To celebrate, Jenny and I finally took our honeymoon. We’re back from it and not much tanner. Of all … Continue reading Alaska: Canada for Americans Without Passports
I’m not the kind of person who makes many friends at work. To be completely honest, I don’t make many friends in general. I think the last two friends I made was via Craigslist. Unfortunately, I never did get a … Continue reading My Day at Work Today: Friends, Pooping, Looking the Fool
Jenny and I don’t buy too much useless crap. Aside from healthcare which seems to only cover bites from extinct spiders, we try to watch our money carefully. A few months ago, we did buy a DVD collection of Studio … Continue reading My Neighbors the Yamadas: Simple, Funny, and Slightly Strange
Last Saturday, we found out some sweet honey: we got featured in Humans of New York! Below is the exact photo and caption that was posted … Continue reading Bees of New York
Because every day I learn more and more little things about my husband. – Continue reading The Leak
Yep, perfect me isn’t so perfect after all. After years of delaying glasses, I’ve finally got myself a pair. Now, if I could only grow a pair of balls to stand up to those who have wronged me, life would … Continue reading My First Week with Glasses
Jenny and I have been married for over eight months. I think we’ve been each other’s sanity in this half-year-plus. It’s normal for a married couple to normalize each other. This is exactly what we’ve done. Where’s our damn trophy? … Continue reading Marriage Makes You Saner, At Least Through the First 8 Months