About Kevin and Becky
Becky and I met in May of 2005 through the “meet people” function of Hot or Not (yes, it’s cheesy). We went on our first 3 dates within a week, and were engaged by fall of the same year. We were married on February 25, 2006. Becky really wanted to get married in Greece, but I was concerned about the cost (getting married overseas is freaking expensive!). In compromise, we agreed that we’d be married here, and make a vacation to Greece a priority. That trip took about 18 months to come into being; As hesitant as I was, I ended up loving it and we vacationed again to the Mediterranean two years later.
In the intervening years, we adopted Molly, an adorable Boston Terrier from the Mid-America Boston Terrier Rescue group. Counter to the normal procedure, we acquired Molly not as a worn-out-mom-dog, but as a “less-than-desirable” puppy (presumably because of her “splash”, double-recessive coloring). We’re not too picky about her color, and she turned out pretty cute. As seems to be par for the course, the dog was something that Becky really wanted and that I drug my feet on, but in the end, I probably like Molly more than I’ll admit.
Fusselman.org is a personal site for Kevin and Becky Fusselman. Admittedly, most of the content is written by me (Kevin), though Becky is often the topic of said content. Becky also maintains her own food/fitness/fun blog over at www.growingintorebecca.com.
Domain Name History
The Fusselman.org domain name was first registered in 2003 when I was looking to get an “adult” email address. My former (though still registered, but being phased out) domain name of Fozzee.net was generating a number of weird looks when dealing with business-type people.
Fozzee.net is a bit older, being registered in December 1999 by my dad as a Christmas gift (back when domains were expensive). Prior to that, I’d been using a dyndns .org “domain” for a site hosted off of my DSL line (and a dialup before that). Fozzee.net was briefly hosted on the DSL setup before being moved to Binary.net (Where I was later employed).