Saturday, April 24, 2010

Is there a doctor in the house?

No, there is not a doctor in the house.

Because actually, there are now TWO doctors in the house.

That's right. Shallow Man and I have both officially graduated from law school and are the proud owners of shiny new initials after our names: J.D. Juris Doctor. (Dr. Scritchy, I presume?)

Yeah, except nobody really calls lawyers "Dr." Except right after convocation while we're all still giddy and saying "Wahoo!"

But still. Those initials are still there. And even though a juris doctor is the red-headed stepchild of the doctorate degree family, I still technically am a doctor.


P.S. Also, in even-bigger-wahoo-type-news, today was the first day in longer than I care to count that I haven't had to take any anti-nausea medication. Figures that the morning sickness would ease up right as soon as I have no classes to miss. :) I've only been in the second trimester for about three days and I'm loving it already.


Carrie said...

That is SOO ironic, but just what we expected. ;) Congratulations on everything!

Motion DeSmiths said...

I feel incredibly lame that I made almost exactly the same title to a similar post on my blog. And I had no excuse, because I read yours before writing mine. It's just that I'm a bit out of it currently, and I honestly didn't even remember your title until I started shutting tabs in my browser. Anyway. At least you're aware that I'm aware of how lame I am.

Lost in Translation said...

We graduated! Wahoo! Dr. Lost in Translation just sounds funny.

I'm glad you're feeling better, but yes, it's exactly the wrong time to start feeling better. Trellis is a troublemaker.

KTE said...

Teehee! And 'tis true--Trellis is a troublemaker.

Tina said...

AHHHHH!!! That is wonderful news! I'm so happy for you and your husband and now you can focus on yourself and your baby. I'm so proud of you and all the hard work you have put into your schooling.