For the blog chain, Razib Ahmed wrote here about married life. I am far from married myself, though hoping to be someday soon. It does mean I can’t talk much about that sacred institution. Yet. 😛
Heh, the Internet. That’s how I met my partner. Going on four years ago now, meeting on Wizards because we were both playing in the same high-drama RP on Wizards (Yes, being threatened by a God-killer does count as high drama for me.) (We also had our very own drama-llama, but she doesn’t figure in this story much, even if she was a huge Mary-Sue. Eurgh.) And you get to talking over IM, and to know each other, and you find out you have a) things in common, and b) don’t live too far from each other (not counting the sea). So you fly out to meet for the first time, and the spark you had online translates into real life. Those were a good two weeks. All the times we have spent together have been nice. Last time I saw him was October 2007, when my sister got married.
Like I said, four years ago now. We still don’t live together, but we’re as happy as we can be, this far apart. Some people have it worse, having the Atlantic in between them. And we still have the Internet to stay connected (cheaper than daily phoning).
My man is a total geek, who keeps himself stocked in D&D and paper crack. Who calls me on Saturday-evening so we can talk about Dr Who. That’s about the best part of the show, talking to him about it.
The other participants in the blog chain are:
Spittin’ (Out Words) Like a Llama
Life in Scribbletown
Blog in a Suitcase
If you ask me anything I don’t know, I’m not going to answer.
As Yet Untitled
Puttin’ Words on Paper
Fumbling with Fiction