Thursday, October 10, 2013

Partner In Crime

Meet my partner in crime, Professor Nate. He is--or almost is--a mathemagical professor. 

Nate is actually a math PhD student, who's working really hard to solve complicated math things and get them published. Don't ask me to explain what he does because I haven't taken math since high school. Every time I ask him to explain, I just end up staring blankly, as if he's talking to me in Japanese. So I've kind of stopped asking, and we just pretend he works for the CIA and can't disclose the details of his job. So far so good, I guess.

Here's Professor speaking Japanese
Unfortunately, Nate and I go to different schools, so I don't get to see him too often. But this weekend is one of the lucky ones, and I'm psyched! So many things to do together!(OK, maybe not sooo many since we are both students and have a ton of work, but some things!)
Long distance relationships are annoying, sometimes very frustrating, but mostly annoying. No amount of phone calls or Skype can replace being in the same place at the same time. So we cherish these weekends together, when we can cook dinner, watch movies sitting side by side, walk around the neighborhood looking at houses, and just generally spend time in each other's company.
And I sure am ready to begin cherishing this weekend!

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