Jun 28, 2009
Jun 22, 2009
Meanwhile, Doug is still working for the stats and education departments. He is researching anthrax and jokes that, "I've learned that anthrax is bad for you." I'm pretty sure he's developing a technique/program that will help identify if a substance is anthrax in about 5 minutes (but I don't really understand it anyway so for all I know he's up to no good... like Jack Bauer in 24!). Speaking of 24, we have found real application from Doug's job to season 3 (the one with the biochemical terrorists) and testing the powder and the people. They have to wait several hours to find out, Doug is trying to minimize that time. Therefore, we have a good reason to keep watching 24, right?
Jun 17, 2009
So after a month of living in our little Wymount apartment I finally feel like we have started to make it our home. Thanks Brian's Craigslist addiction and Doug's frugality we pretty much got all of our furniture for free!
This whole process of getting married and moving in has been a lot of fun, and there have definitely been a lot of changes. For one, we don't go out to eat as much anymore - this is an interesting situation because, as much as Doug likes eating out, he dislikes spending the money and now that we're married, we tend to choose to stay home and enjoy a delicious homecooked meal by yours truly (I do have to mention that Doug often contributes, ie: he made some delicious chili last night!). Don't get to thinking that our lives are now boring by any means... Yesterday, Doug bought me some beautiful flowers imported from Holland and reminded me that it was our 8-month anniversary of official dating. AND he picked up our entire house (as huge as it is...). Isn't he so sweet? Anyway, life is wonderful :).
P.S. I know that the flowers are not really from Holland...