two more days

It’s still hard to fathom the idea of being married, but this Saturday I’ll know how it feels. As such, my blog will remain silent until I return from my honeymoon at the end of next week.

Jason has kindly agreed to delete any unwanted comments that may appear, but I just updated the blacklist so most of the attempts should be blocked.

I must say, I’m looking forward to the time when the countdown has finished.

In fact, I can’t wait.


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  1. Fun, fun! Where are you going on your honeymoon? Is Levi going to be your “kid” and continue living with you?

    Comment by Renee on January 8, 2004 @ 8:18 am
  2. We’re going to the East coast for the honeymoon and Levi has already moved out.

    Comment by dan on January 8, 2004 @ 10:06 am
  3. All comment spammers should send all requests along with $1 to me, Jason. I will consider your commenting spam requests with quick, unbiased results. Have fun Dan!

    Comment by jason on January 8, 2004 @ 11:36 am
  4. Poor Levi: kicked to the curb on account of a dame. Will he ever recover from the heartbreak?

    Have a great honeymoon!

    Comment by Jan on January 8, 2004 @ 11:36 am
  5. Yeah, well, I’m taking it okay. I’ve almost finished getting everything settled into my new place, and I’m having the cable and cable modem connected today. I actually have more room and pay less for rent now, but I have two roommates now instead of one, and they’re somewhat more to deal with. My heart is intact, don’t worry about that. ;)

    Dan, I think you’ll just have to figure out some way to wait. I’m sure it’ll be worth it.

    Comment by Levi on January 8, 2004 @ 11:55 am
  6. Jason: I’ll be sure to make your e-mail address freely available to all spammers.

    Levi: I didn’t mean it literally. I’ll be able to wait, I just don’t want to.

    Comment by dan on January 8, 2004 @ 1:24 pm
  7. I live across the street from Dan, and last night I overheard him calling for Levi. As I recall, it went something like this, “Levi, dang you. Where did you put my favorite XL t-shirt? You took it, didn’t you?”.

    I assure you Dan. He didn’t take it. I gave it to Atticus so he wouldn’t forget you.

    Dan, I know a way to help the time go by faster. Here is the plan. Go to the bank and withdrawl a somewhat decent amount of money (it must be more than $20, but less than $99,000). It’s best if you can get the bank teller to break it all down to 1 dollar bills. At this point, separate the sum into 6 piles. You will want to make two of the piles slightly larger than the rest. Once complete, place all in separate envelopes. Tape one envelope in each room of the house. After the honeymoon is over, tell Katie that you have created a “debatchelorize our pad fund”.

    Yes Dan. You need it. Removing the moose head just isn’t enough.

    Comment by Mel on January 8, 2004 @ 5:02 pm
  8. Dan, going back east, eh? Taking the bride to your motherland?

    Levi, are your roommates bloggers? Are you going to pipe that badgers song in through the vents to haunt them?

    Comment by Renee on January 9, 2004 @ 8:07 am
  9. Nope, they’re not bloggers. And I’ll probably introduce them to the badgers, if they haven’t met already. Wouldn’t want them to miss out!

    Comment by Levi on January 9, 2004 @ 9:37 am
  10. Levi, are you sure you want to make enemies of them so soon? Cause I have to tell you, they’re not gonna like it if you introduce them to the badgers.

    Comment by Jan on January 9, 2004 @ 1:41 pm
  11. So today is the day :) Please tell us how it was!

    Comment by Dirk on January 10, 2004 @ 12:07 pm
  12. See what I get from not reading your blog.You’re getting married ! Congrats ! I’m really,really happy for you and your new bride !

    Comment by Tammie on January 11, 2004 @ 10:41 pm
  13. Jan, the badgers are wonderful. If you fail to see that, it’s certainly no fault of the badgers. Hopefully you’ll come to see the joy and happiness that they bring someday.

    Comment by Levi on January 11, 2004 @ 10:51 pm
  14. Congrats, Dan. All the best to you both.

    Comment by Arthur on January 16, 2004 @ 2:27 am
  15. Thanks for you well wishes everyone, it is appreciated. Things went very well with the wedding, reception and honeymoon and I’m getting used to the idea of being married. It’s a lot better than being single.

    Comment by dan on January 19, 2004 @ 10:33 am

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