What It's Like to Be Married - Day 2

November 24th, 2008
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I'm going to make a prediction and say that day 2 of being married is just splendid. Yes, I'm queueing this one up in advance, before I'm actually married. Take that Nostradamus. *grin*

Well, we're getting down to the nitty gritty and it's about that time to leave the house to head for the hotel. Shmall kine jitters, but it'll be fun. I'm just hoping that dang flash flood warning will hold up, or not show its face at all for one day... *sigh* Oh well, it's out of our control at this point. Alls I know is that I'm looking forward to this once-in-a-lifetime, life changing event...

Back to predictions... "Today," we are running around and making our last minute preparations before heading off to tha muthaland "tomorrow". We will be running a bunch of loose end errands (e.g. going to the bank, buying omiyage, packing our suitcases, etc.) and then relaxing on day 2 as husband and wife. I still can't believe my new title is "husband". Holy cow!

OK, fo-real-fo-real now... I'm outs! You just can't get rid of me eh? LOL! Sorry, my editor said that I will be in the papah today, so you know I had to future-post for all y'all! See ya! :)

19 Responses to “What It's Like to Be Married - Day 2”

  1. HNL2LAS:

    YAY!!!! I'm sure your wedding went great! Congratulations!!! Have a great time on the Honeymoon, Ed the husband..... with the new wife!


  2. Ynaku:

    Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Sugimoto. Welcome to married life. You will truly enjoy it. Remember to Love, Respect and Communicate. Keys to a loving lasting marriage.


  3. hemajang:

    congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Ed! Sorry I missed your Twitter wedding...maybe you can grace us with the lowdown and photos when you have some time ...you must be very busy. Anyway, enjoy your honeymoon in Japan.


  4. pauoa:

    Congratulations! For me, the weirdest thing after I got married was introducing my girlfriend as my wife. "This is my gir... wife."


  5. M:

    Congrats again ED!!!! Have fun in Japan!!!!


  6. MoOgooGuypAN:

    Get used to introducing your significant other as "wife" and not gf. makes you feel all grown up ah? Hahahaha. :lol: Well I guess congratulations are in order...are in order after you clean up your clothes, wash the dishes, take out the trash, feed that dog, walk the dog, fix the computer, rub her feet, and turn of the game... :cry:
    Isn't marriage beautiful... nah nah nah, no worry beef curry, the above won't happen that soon. Maybe when you come back from your trip ;)


  7. tita leerz:

    at least that's better than saying "fiance." that was a harder transition from BF or GF to fiance. easier to say husband/wife. Congrats and Mabuhay! :) BTW, how did your toast go?


  8. dsosa:

    . . . you know i gotta ask, "so how was the music?" and "what was the first dance song?"

    all joy and blessings to you two . . .


  9. Chicken Grease:

    Ha ha, congratulations, chap, on your new husbandship!

    Twitter available for the honeymoon (of course, not certain parts, heh)? I didn't get to my computer to see any of the "play-by-play" of the wedding. How'd it go? Did our "tips" help? Heh.


  10. snow:

    hope you are enjoying married life, as short as it's been! it will be a change to introduce each other as husband and wife, but a good one! if your wife is taking your name, of course, the change will be much more significant as she has to change the name on all her accounts and will have to get used to gettting called mrs. sugimoto! when i first got married, i'd never respond to "mrs. ******." i was always looking around for my MIL!! ha ha!

    enjoy your honeymoon, mr. and mrs.!


  11. Masako:

    Congratulations on your marriage and enjoy Japan! M and I honeymooned over there. If you are going to a hot spring see if you can get a family bath. Have fun!


  12. Shauna:

    congratulations, ed!! she's a lucky gal! :)


  13. Kim:

    Congrats, Ed! Have a wonderful trip.


  14. Rodney:

    Congratulations Ed!

    Have a good honeymoon. Pics, we want to see pics when you get back!


  15. bB:

    hope you staying dry and warm.

    good excuse to snuggle up.


  16. Kathy Goo:

    Congrats on getting married! I personally hate being introduced as "my girlfriend"...

    Tell your "wifey" don't forget to keep up with the wedding photos and scrapbooks on the happenings of your wedding! If she needs some tips, have her email me, or give me a shout out on my blog at Island Crafters!


  17. dsosa:

    (sigh) . . . wwe withdrawals . . . but, no worry about me.
    keep your priorities straight - the mrs. should be first.

    hope you're having fun ed!

    aloha, ds


  18. caro:

    hey there mr. sugimoto,

    enjoying your blog, as always. :) have a great hump day! soon your name will be "honey do.." still playing poker?

    ct


  19. World Wide Ed:

    * HNL2LAS:
    YAY!!!! I’m sure your wedding went great! Congratulations!!! Have a great time on the Honeymoon, Ed the husband….. with the new wife!

    Thanks HNL2LAS!

    * Ynaku:
    Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Sugimoto. Welcome to married life. You will truly enjoy it. Remember to Love, Respect and Communicate. Keys to a loving lasting marriage.

    Mahaloz for the tips Ynaku!

    * hemajang:
    congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Ed! Sorry I missed your Twitter wedding…maybe you can grace us with the lowdown and photos when you have some time …you must be very busy. Anyway, enjoy your honeymoon in Japan.

    I was thinking of expanding on buzzbunny's play-by-play and turning it into a post. Not sure how bored that'll make all y'all though. LOL!

    * pauoa:
    Congratulations! For me, the weirdest thing after I got married was introducing my girlfriend as my wife. “This is my gir… wife.”

    I hear ya pauoa. I already introduced her once as my fiancee and caught myself. Haha!

    * M:
    Congrats again ED!!!! Have fun in Japan!!!!

    Mahaloz M!

    * MoOgooGuypAN:
    Get used to introducing your significant other as “wife” and not gf. makes you feel all grown up ah? Hahahaha. Well I guess congratulations are in order…are in order after you clean up your clothes, wash the dishes, take out the trash, feed that dog, walk the dog, fix the computer, rub her feet, and turn of the game…
    Isn’t marriage beautiful… nah nah nah, no worry beef curry, the above won’t happen that soon. Maybe when you come back from your trip

    LOL! Not looking forward to that MoOgs! Bettah not be like dat! Haha!

    * tita leerz:
    at least that’s better than saying “fiance.” that was a harder transition from BF or GF to fiance. easier to say husband/wife. Congrats and Mabuhay! BTW, how did your toast go?

    Was HILARIOUS! We had two buddies go against each other, so before the wedding, they were already talking trash about who will have the better banzai! My stomach still hurts from laughing!

    * dsosa:
    . . . you know i gotta ask, “so how was the music?” and “what was the first dance song?”

    all joy and blessings to you two . . .

    We danced to Colbie Caillat's "Magic" dews. Love that song.

    * Chicken Grease:
    Ha ha, congratulations, chap, on your new husbandship!

    Twitter available for the honeymoon (of course, not certain parts, heh)? I didn’t get to my computer to see any of the “play-by-play” of the wedding. How’d it go? Did our “tips” help? Heh.

    Word! I'll try to get that twitter up one of these days if anyone's interested. :P

    * snow:
    if your wife is taking your name, of course, the change will be much more significant as she has to change the name on all her accounts and will have to get used to gettting called mrs. sugimoto! when i first got married, i’d never respond to “mrs. ******.” i was always looking around for my MIL!! ha ha!

    LOL! My friend says that all the time snow. "Who's that? That's his mom!"

    * Masako:
    Congratulations on your marriage and enjoy Japan! M and I honeymooned over there. If you are going to a hot spring see if you can get a family bath. Have fun!

    Masako-chan, we were able to get out to Yudanaka and stay at a nice Ryokan called Yudanaka View Hotel. I highly recommend it.

    * Shauna:
    congratulations, ed!! she’s a lucky gal!

    Thanks Shauns!

    * Kim:
    Congrats, Ed! Have a wonderful trip.

    Much love Kim!

    * Rodney:
    Congratulations Ed!

    Have a good honeymoon. Pics, we want to see pics when you get back!

    Hehe, will do Rodfather. And wow, three straight posts from the 'Tiser blogging family. I'm touched! ;)

    * bB:
    hope you staying dry and warm.

    good excuse to snuggle up.

    LOL! Nice bB!

    * Kathy Goo:
    Tell your “wifey” don’t forget to keep up with the wedding photos and scrapbooks on the happenings of your wedding! If she needs some tips, have her email me, or give me a shout out on my blog at Island Crafters!

    Make that 4! :) Thanks Kathy! And will do!

    * dsosa:
    (sigh) . . . wwe withdrawals . . . but, no worry about me.
    keep your priorities straight - the mrs. should be first.

    hope you’re having fun ed!

    aloha, ds

    I'm baaack dews! Be afraid! :P

    * caro:
    hey there mr. sugimoto,

    enjoying your blog, as always. have a great hump day! soon your name will be “honey do..” still playing poker?

    ct

    "Honey do"??? LOL! Oh, I get it now... hehe! Haven't been to poker in a while. You and I should make our grand (entrance) return one of these nights! :P