Home Again

So the short version is: We’re back. We had an amazing trip, and now we’re home.
The long version is: We’re both sick, I have a show tonight, and no time to write anything about what we did.
But it was just weird to me to see this big empty space…so I filled it.

102 thoughts on “Home Again”

  1. whoo hooo the king is home all hail the king— Gypsy bows deeply….
    lemmie know about the e-bay thingy i e-mailed you about… ” the Bust”
    Hope ya’ll feel better soon. :)

  2. It’s great to have you back Mr. Wil!
    Did ya get to see any of them “Killer whales”?
    and any “Polar Bears”? and just how sick are you?
    hanging over the railing, feeding the fish sick?
    or sleep in a dark room all day sick?
    sorry to hear you and your wife are under the weather. but, you’re young, what 29 now?
    you’ll get over it… just take some aspirin
    get some rest. & get your but back to work and
    stop whinein…
    hey wil? how about puttin up a picture gallery
    on this site of yours… stuff that nobody has got…
    later

  3. Welcome back, Wil! Hope you & Anne get well soon. Bet your plans to celebrate the 4th didn’t include being sick.
    Hey everyone else … why don’t we help make Uncle Willie feel LOTS better by boosting the total for the Walk-a-Thon? I think it’s at $8566 right now – can we hit $10,000 by the weekend?

  4. ha! sick! serves you right for leaving us! (you should have brought us! :D) seriously though, i hope you get well soon and look forward to hearing about your trip.

  5. WB Will. I hope you both get well soon.
    I don’t like admiting this, but I missed your insights while you were gone. It’s gonna be tough not being able to read it once I start med school in a month. :,(

  6. Welcome back!! I’ve missed your daily quips. I really need some laughs. Glad to have you back. Get well soon!!

  7. wil…are you really back?…or has the “wesley crusher” action figure taken over this blog…if i start seeing stories about life inside a cellophane package i’ll know the plastic wesley won the power struggle!…never trust an action figure that looks like you!…d. burr

  8. I really hated Wesley. I mean, REALLY hated.
    Where was I? Ah yes… I still think it’s funny, though, to see that the actor behind the character has a blog website.
    I really should read this site more, but I don’t. I may just change that. Good show… good show.
    Get better, and have a Happy Fourth weekend.

  9. Wow, you get a lot of comments. I think it’s because you’re famous. Maybe I need to get famous and then, everyone will read my blog too. Hmmm…maybe. Anyway, cool blog and I hope you and your family feel better.

  10. Dear Wil,
    Sorry you and your wife are sick from your trip to Alaska. My husband and I had a great time with you on the cruis trek. I myself am still having a hard time getting my land feet back. Hope you both feel better soon. Your new freind and fan for life the Marshalls.

  11. Glad you’re back Wil! I was beginning to get withdrawal symptoms. (explanation – I read this site when I get home from work, it helps me relax)
    Hope you enjoyed Alaska.
    While its still unspoiled.

  12. Awww, sorry to hear you are both ill wil. Hope you both get better soon, so you can let us know what a great time you have had.
    Justin

  13. Hey Wil,
    Glad your back! You were greatly missed! Sorry you both are sick. hope you get better soon!!!!!

  14. *casts Cure Disease repeatedly* Hope you feel better. If it makes you feel any better, my brother recently had a fever of 105 and was stuck with me for a week. How was Alaska?

  15. Here’s the trick: take your shoes off, and grab at the carpet with your toes.
    No, wait, that’s something else.
    A friend of mine has a picture where she’s standing next to TV’s Jonathan Frakes, and he’s got his arm around her.
    I cried when I saw that.
    No shit, there I was.
    I blame illness on other people. You are all vectors of disease. When do I get sick? When I’m around people.
    Especially stinky people. Eeew.
    Rock on, Senor Wheaton.
    Which reminds me! Was Signor Wheaton ever a new age musician and/or composer? There was a song on the music station my sister gets from the digital cable people, and one of the composers was “Wil Wheaton”.
    I shit thee not.
    There I was.

  16. Today I got up later than usual, turned on the Tv and…what did I find out? Mr. Wheaton was acting in an episode of (the awful) “Love Boat”.
    Yet another cruise… :)
    Welcome back.

  17. Glad you and Anne are back home. Look forward to hearing all about your trip.
    Let us know all about your quest.
    Thanks
    BRIAN

  18. Hey Uncle Wil! This is my first time postin’ here but am exited to start. Hope you all get well soon! :) I’m sick to but nothin’ a little garlic can’t fix.

  19. Hey Wil,
    Chicken soup (w/ fresh garlic~ fresh lemon ~ sherry ~ paprika ~ fresh basil ~ mushrooms) get many full night’s sleep.
    Anyway, sorry to see you had no post about MIIB2. Went to the matinee this afternoon ( July,4 ). Wow, what a stinkaroo. It was an embarrassment to Will Smith’s acting career, the director (whoever he was), Hollywood, and to the eyes of the world on this country (America’s films are banal like her population).
    Smith, attempting to carry the movie solo through the first 30 mins., caused me to want to stand up in the movie theater and use my mini missle launcher at the screen. Who said this guy can act? Tommy Lee Jones, back mercifully for scene II and III, was absorbed by the mindless and unfunny circumstances.
    I am shocked at how really bad MIIB2 is. It is an embarresment to Will Smith’s career. The director should be shot. The Hardened hag who played the Medusa should be exiled to Bosnia.
    After “Wild Wild West “, and this new excrescence, may Smith’s public cute factor be the target of a quantum torpedo.
    You will not appreciate this film unless you are an ungifted male no older than the age of twelve years old.
    Why did I buy this movie house ticket? And how was your independence day?
    Lars

  20. Wilbert -
    I’m tellin ya, the only sure-fire cure for the cold is BLOWJOBS! No soup, no sleep, no none of that. You could have the freakin plague, be high on coke, AND awake for the last three weeks straight… But with one simple little act of lust and pleasure, VOILA! All better!
    Well, I DO hope you get to enjoy the rest of this nice, long holiday weekend. I suppose a little geocaching is out of the question?
    Get well soon, Wil… We’d all be really pissed if you died on us…
    Now get on that noggin toboggan and revive yourself!

  21. Hey Everyone,
    Is it just me that has WWDN as the browsers homepage and that always click on the Walk-a-thon page link to see the result sofar? :)
    Wil, hope you and Anne feel better and that you have a great Walk-a-thon experiance… Wish I could join in as well.
    *Waves and scampers off to get some coffee, hoping against hope that Management actually took my suggestion to buy Swedish Coffee seriously.. Hey.. It could happen!* :)

  22. Welcome back. :o) And this is going to seem incredibly random, but I actually know who you are now! I’m not a Trekkie by any means (though I’m a huge SF fan), but we’re watching “The Best of Both Worlds” from ST:TNG in my Science Fiction class and I made sure to keep an eye out for you…as soon as I identified Wesley Crusher, the first thought I had was, “Dude, that’s the guy with the famous weblog!” So yeah, anyway. ;o)

  23. Wil you got any good stories from your trip?
    4th of July was pretty cool down here in AZ. Lots of fireworks even though we have that big fire up there. Ate some sushi, played with the cock and balls.. good times noodle salad.

  24. Sorry to hear you’re under the weather…. spending several days with several hundred people in a contained area tends to do that. ):
    Hope you’re feeling better and enjoying the nice long weekend!

  25. hi wil,
    Oh sorry you’re sick :(. But glad you got back safe. I’m in China right now, on my way to Cambodia and Laos. I’ll be lucky if I don’t get sick, too!
    Take care,
    Laura k.

  26. Well it’s about time Wheaton! I’ve been dying with only my uni books to read. Don’t u ever leave me alone with my own thoughts again.

  27. Wil where are you!!!!!! :( common man you can’t be that sick! you’ve been home 3 days! new post! please! even just a little on in the soapbox saying “hi, i’m still alive, thank you”

  28. Hi Will
    We noted with sadness the passing of Katy Jurado,
    a former wife of Ernest Borgnine. (She is probably better remembered as Gary Cooper’s mistress in “High Noon”.)
    We enjoyed being on Cruise Trek with you – we were the couple on the bow of the ship, on the last day of the cruise, who spoke to you about your role in “Stand By Me”.
    Best Wishes.

  29. Hi Will
    We noted with sadness the passing of Katy Jurado,
    a former wife of Ernest Borgnine. (She is probably better remembered as Gary Cooper’s mistress in “High Noon”.)
    We enjoyed being on Cruise Trek with you – we were the couple on the bow of the ship, on the last day of the cruise, who spoke to you about your role in “Stand By Me”.
    Best Wishes.

  30. Hi Will
    We noted with sadness the passing of Katy Jurado,
    a former wife of Ernest Borgnine. (She is probably better remembered as Gary Cooper’s mistress in “High Noon”.)
    We enjoyed being on Cruise Trek with you – we were the couple on the bow of the ship, on the last day of the cruise, who spoke to you about your role in “Stand By Me”.
    Best Wishes.

  31. Welcome Back! I read your site daily as do I my horescope and play bingo!Hope you guys feel better
    and had a wonderful vacation! just won a signed star trek card of you on ebay! hope it’s real! best wishes.
    David owens

  32. Welcome Back! I read your site daily as do I my horescope and play bingo!Hope you guys feel better
    and had a wonderful vacation! just won a signed star trek card of you on ebay! hope it’s real! best wishes.
    David owens

  33. who got the honors of locking bill shatner in his cabin after he heard the word “song”? just wondering!

  34. Hi Will
    We noted with sadness the passing of Katy Jurado,
    a former wife of Ernest Borgnine. (She is probably better remembered as Gary Cooper’s mistress in “High Noon”.)
    We enjoyed being on Cruise Trek with you – we were the couple on the bow of the ship, on the last day of the cruise, who spoke to you about your role in “Stand By Me”.
    Best Wishes.

  35. Hi Will
    We noted with sadness the passing of Katy Jurado,
    a former wife of Ernest Borgnine. (She is probably better remembered as Gary Cooper’s mistress in “High Noon”.)
    We enjoyed being on Cruise Trek with you – we were the couple on the bow of the ship, on the last day of the cruise, who spoke to you about your role in “Stand By Me”.
    Best Wishes.

  36. Hi Will
    We noted with sadness the passing of Katy Jurado,
    a former wife of Ernest Borgnine. (She is probably better remembered as Gary Cooper’s mistress in “High Noon”.)
    We enjoyed being on Cruise Trek with you – we were the couple on the bow of the ship, on the last day of the cruise, who spoke to you about your role in “Stand By Me”.
    Best Wishes.

  37. Now I’ve got visions of Wil standing at the bow of this mythical cruise ship holding Bill Fucking Shatner’s arms out as Bill’s yelling “I’m the king of the world” while Wil sings “My Heart Will Go On…” Ahh, young love…

  38. Why i’m i not suprised that the storey would end in disaster? Wil, only you could do something sooo stupid!
    your naughty but i like it!

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