Adjusting to marriage sometimes poses problems. We met a good friend of ours recently, the morning after his wedding, brooding over a drink in a local bar. "Whats the trouble?" we asked. "I should think youd be the happiest man in the world today." He shook his head sadly. "What creatures of habit we are," he said. "This morning when I rose, half asleep, without thinking, I pulled a $50 bill from my wallet and left it on the pillow." We tried to console him and told him his wife wouldn't think anything of it. "You don't understand," he said. "Half asleep, without thinking, she gave me twenty dollars change."