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gizmo_mathboy
  reversethis-{moc ... } {yobhtamomzig}

aerospace engineer by education, all-around walking cesspool of knowledge by nature, and professional grade slacker by choice. Sysadmin at a major midwestern university.
Wednesday July 30, 2003
12:37 AM

What I've been up to

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Well, I'll blame jdavidb for triggering this entry. :-)

I have been busy planning a wedding, actually doing the wedding, and recovering from the wedding.

My wife Anne and I were married July 19 by our best friend. He wasn't a priest or anything, we just felt he was the reason we met and it made sense for him to officiate the thing. We had a deputy county clerk present to make things right by the state.

We had perfect weather, awesome food, and fantastic time celebrating with friends and family. The ceremony and party/reception were at our house.

The only real bummer was that I woke up at 1am the day of the wedding and couldn't fall back to sleep. I didn't sleep until midnight. Ugh.

I'll share more tomorrow 'cause I'm exhausted.

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  • I guess this is an amplification of the last paragraph of your previous entry:

    Now on to the tasks that have languished for two days. Oi.

  • Well, congratulations!

    I think it's funny how lots of folks on this site do things at the same time. In 2001, a bunch of us were all buying houses.

    --
    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
    • Marriage is only the first step to (over-)filling the houses. Getting your opening slide material may be next year's shared activity.