2010 July |

Friday, July 9th, 2010

Sorry, I was offline for a while and missed all the Tiger questions.

Hold on, I got to dig out a coin to flip.

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

the son is asking his mother on how to get is wife back and she reply something about him being like is father. i think it is an older country song.

Sounds like Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Simple Man”

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

My friends are getting married this weekend. Both the bride and the groom are avid WoW players. I’d love to get some funny quotes to say at their wedding based on World of Warcraft. Things like, “If you’re going to fight, it’s polite to ask someone to duel first, unless you’re on a PvP server.” Or… “when money is tight, buy Top Ramen and play more WoW.” I’ve only played WoW a small amount, so I’m looking for others to put on their creative caps for humor. I’d also welcome any advice from other couples who WoW together.


Bring a copy of this movie (yes, there’s a wedding in it too):

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

I’m getting married in July. I’m really nervous and I need all the advice I can get on anything that has to do with weddings/marriage/keeping a healthy relationship. He’s a marine and will be deploying in September. I’m moving where he’s stationed and will be going to community college there. I’m only 19 and he’s 20. When he deploys, it will be my first time being alone since I’ve always lived with my family. Any advice on how to keep myself happy and keep our relationship healthy through deployments? Thanks in advance! Okay, couple bits of advice. First, join the wives club on base. It will help you make friends and will give you some people in similar situations to talk to. Stay busy. Invest in a webcam, being able to see each other will help some. Calling cards. Visit your family part way through to break up the time if you can. Stay busy.

Write him a lot of letters. He’ll love them and it will keep him feeling like he is a day to day part of your life.

Good luck.