Yesterday was our second wedding aniversery. My wife and I went out to eat in downtown Athens at The Grill, which serves the best burgers in town. We didn’t do much because I was stressed out by the fact that my department forgot to pay me for July, and we were flat broke. After dinner, I went to the lab to get some work done, which helped reduce my stress level. (My wife is understanding, adorable, and sweet.) We went to go to see The Village this afternoon to continue our date. We both liked it. It was a very interesting story, which I won’t spoil for y’all.
Here is our Wedding Announcement from two years ago:
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert F. Andrews of Ellerslie announce the engagement of their daughter, Tiffany Brooke Andrews, to Reed Austin Cartwright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ridgway III of Athens and Mr. Marion Cartwright of Royston.
Miss Andrews is the granddaughter of Mrs. Ruth Andrews of Ellerslie and the late Mr. Charles E. Andrews, and the Rev. and Mrs. Billy Colquitt of Manchester.
Mr. Cartwright is the grandson of Mr. Homer Lee Cartwright of Tifton, Mrs. Lucile Cartwright of Athens and the late Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hart of Americus.
The future bride is a 1997 graduate of Harris County High School and a 2000 graduate of the University of Georgia.
The future groom is a 1997 graduate of Athens Academy and a 2000 graduate of the UGA. He is a Ph.D. student in population genetics at UGA.
The wedding is planned for 7 p.m. Aug. 3, 2002, at the Callaway Gardens Sibley Center in Pine Mountain.
I am currently working on a blog for my wife. When we’re ready, I’ll post a link to it.