Monday, November 05, 2007

Back me up on this one

As most of you know my husband is in school. He's working on his MBA and will be finished December 2008. Seems so far away, but he's halfway there and I'm very proud of him.

He is also a card-carrying member of the procrastinator's club. He often studies amidst as many distractions as possible at any given time. (He's also quite the comedian if you were unaware.)

Would you generous readers be so kind as to leave some comments for my darling husband stating any/all variations of the following:

  • Turning off the television will greatly improve study methods as to read, comprehend, and understand.
  • Closing windows of Ebay, etc. will most definitely do the same.
  • Avoiding procrastination and studying will allow you more time to spend with your (lovely, beautiful, charming, always right) wife.
  • As an added bonus you will have time to exercise and play with the nutbags pooch.
  • As a super-duper added bonus you will have time to tend to the ever-growing honey-do list (contain the excitement there.)

Of course leave these comments/thoughts/suggestions because it's the truth, and not just because I'm right. Besides, if you read it on the Internet, it must be true.


laurenjean said...

dear mr. m-
turn off the TV when will just distract you.
ebay is just as bad, i suggest closing that off too!
time management is the best way to be successful and still have time with your beautiful, charming and always right wife...dont wait until the last minute.

(now, mrs. m - if you could tell my wonderful dh that staying up until 5 am to do a paper with ultimate fighting on in the background also isnt helping him achieve his degree any faster - that would be great!!!!!)

Kas said...

When you figure out how to effectively get that message across let me know (says the girl who is reading blogs instead of working on her 10 page paper that is due in less than a week). :)

girl from the south said...

Good thing you followed those rules in college...

It's not like we ever went to parties on weeknights, stayed up until 4 a.m. studying or used test files. I mean, we ALWAYS went to class and did readings, especially for Comm Law.


Let Mr. M know that I'm sticking up for him!