Last night Dana, her family, and I went to her cousin's wedding. Because of a lot of intra-family drama, which I won't discuss in any detail here, I expected that the wedding was going to be a disaster. In some ways I was right, and in other ways I was not. Of course, it's not the purpose of this blog to criticize people's weddings, so I won't do that here either.
After the wedding, we went out to Chick-Fil-A, and we must have been some of the best-dressed people who ever went in there. A nice sandwich and some of those fries really hits the spot, though.
I'm here at Dana's house through tomorrow, staying an extra day to help Dana set up her passport. We booked our honeymoon yesterday morning, going to an all-inclusive resort in Mexico. We got a decent deal too, and came in under budget (which is refreshing!).
Parrot had a bug-a-thon yesterday which I wasn't able to participate in. Saturdays are always bad days for me to do anything programming-related. With the next release coming out on Tuesday, I probably won't be able to do any meaningful bug work. In penance, I'll work extra hard to get set up for my GSoC project.
I have a few other projects that I want to get working on too: First, I want to start porting my Wiki-bot program over to Gtk instead of Tk. I also want to try to expand the bot to do page moves, and possibly page deletions. I also want to try to do some work on my Octave port, if I can find the time. Time, of course, is always the limiting reagent.