When I get sick of seeing information on my home page, I move it here. Here you can see all the dates I've mentioned in the past.
|January 15, 2004||
I become Manager of Software Development for the Transaction Auditing Group.
|November 12, 2003||
Eva and I are married.
|December 28, 2002||
I start as a software engineer for the Transaction Auditing Group.
|October 28, 2002||
Eva and I announce our engagement.
|October 22, 2002||
At long last, Eva and I joined the ranks of homeowners, closing on a house here in Stony Brook. It's not our dream house, but should be fun and it's much better than renting.
Bottomline Technologies dissolved the division in which I was working, leaving me out of work for a time. As a friend told me "welcome to the new economy".
I March, Eva and I vacationed for a much needed week of rest at Sandals resort in the Bahamas. While we weren't thrilled with the resort itself, we did scuba dive for the first time (see pictures section). We also checked at the neat (but pricey) Atlantis resort.
|November 19, 2001||
I (finally) moved to Long Island. I now, at long last, live within walking distance of Eva. And it only took five years.
Eva and I took a much needed vacation to the island of Grand Bahama. We stayed at Our Lucaya, which was very nice but very sparsely populated due to the events of September 11. Well, more beach for us. We also swam with dolphins, snorkeled a coral reef, ate way too much (mmmm, vanilla bean mousse with mango) and generally had a great time.
|June 1, 2001||
I'm named Director of NetTransact Development.
I met Eva in Barcelona at the end of March, where she was taking Spanish courses. From the Hotel Gótico, it was a quick walk to La Rambla (and its associated street crime). Overall, there are some cool things about Barcelona (and some decent food), but it was a bit scummy (and, hey, I live in Jersey).
Last Christmas, my family met at South Seas Resort in Captiva, Florida to celebrate my dad's 70th birthday. Apart from seeing Ted Koppel, we saw lots of dolphins, collected shells, and generally had tons of fun.
|August 28, 2000|
In June, Eva finished her third year at Stony Brook Medical School, so we took a week in Avalon, on the Jersey Shore. Great beaches and good food (especially at the Washington Inn and 410 Bank Street). I was surprised and impressed. Next time we go, we might rent a house.
In mid October, Eva finally got a week free, so we took a few days at Topnotch Resort in Stowe, Vermont. They have a highly rated tennis facility there, so Eva took her first tennis lessons, and I got some of the rust out of my game.
|August 21, 1999||
Peter Nohrnberg and I witnessed our mutual college roommate Michael Schoen get married in Los Angeles. We also checked out the very cool Getty Museum.
Just after Eva finished the first part of here medical board exam, we went to Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard. On the cape, we stayed at an awesome bed and breakfast called Captain Freeman's Inn. Our digs in the Vineyard were the less impressive, but still nice, Martha's Place.
|June 18, 1999|
|Late March, 1999|
|February 11, 1999|