Post # 17
I’ve always been assumed to be younger than I am (most people probably wouldn’t think I look old enough to be married) so I’m actually looking forward to the matronly Mrs. thing. But I guess I can see where you’re coming from. It definitely is one of those, whoah.. I’m old now kind of things. But I’m sorry, I think the “Doctor” title ages you quite a bit as well! Lol, I can’t imagine being referred to as “Dr. Lastname.” (of course, I don’t nor will I likely ever have a doctorate, hahah)
Post # 18
- Wedding: September 2011 - St Aloysius' College, Milson's Point
I have never been called MISS more often than on our honeymoon!
Post # 19
I am a doctor, and I hate to break it to you, but even when you graduate, people will still call you Mrs. I get this ALL the time on mail and it drives me crazy. I don’t think it is a snooty thing- I am fine if something is addressed to my name- either “Guitargirl” or “Dr. Guitargirl,” but not Mrs. Guitargirl. All I ask is that you use my correct name, and if you choose to use a title, please use the correct one.
Post # 20
*Sigh…* 8 years of college and all I’ll be stuck with is the dreaded “MRS” degree. lol.
The mom thing is scary too!! I’ll probably be in my early 30’s before I have anyone calling me that. Time is flying, though!
Post # 21
I totally feel you on this one! I will also be Dr.! (In 4 years) I think my aversion to Mrs. HisLastName is because a few members of his family (not his mother, thank God!) still think wives should be proper obedient servants to their husbands and their job is to raise a family. There is nothing wrong with that, but we feel that marriage should be an equal partnership. I want to be as opposite of that as possible so I will be going by Dr. 🙂