Friday, February 08, 2008

A Female MBA Searches for a Male Doc


If you're a male doc in the Houston area, leave a comment for the author of this list. She wants to hear from you. . .

14 comments:

Princess Haiku said...

I can't say that I remotely qualify. Sorry...
Stopped to visit your list word and I have a haiku poet's list for you.

-shake the dreams out of my ancient kimono
-consider a mont blanc pen endorsed by Helene Grimaud instead of that calligraphy brush. It does get tiring mixing up the ink every night.
-check the moon calender for the next full moon and make sure to take a moon walk
-reread Kenneth Rexroth's "Hearts On Fire"
and most importantly-remember three melancholy love affairs for poetic inspiration

Princess Haiku said...

I can't say that I remotely qualify. Sorry...
Stopped to visit your list word and I have a haiku poet's list for you.

-shake the dreams out of my ancient kimono
-consider a mont blanc pen endorsed by Helene Grimaud instead of that calligraphy brush. It does get tiring mixing up the ink every night
-check the moon calender for the next full moon and make sure to take a moon walk
-reread Kenneth Rexroth's "Hearts On Fire"
and most importantly-remember three melancholy love affairs for poetic inspiration

Princess Haiku said...

I can't say that I remotely qualify. Sorry...
Stopped to visit your list word and I have a haiku poet's list for you.

-shake the dreams out of my ancient kimono
-consider a mont blanc pen endorsed by Helene
Grimaud instead of that calligraphy brush. It does get tiring mixing up the ink every night
-check the moon calender for the next full moon and make sure to take a moon walk
-reread Kenneth Rexroth's "Hearts On Fire"
and most importantly-remember three melancholy love affairs for poetic inspiration

Princess Haiku said...

Sorry, about the dups but Blogger won't let me delete them for some reason. Perhaps you can.

CAE said...

Doctors are over rated anyway.

J said...

hey there...

Goodson said...

That may be the most shallow note I've ever read.

Sebastian said...

i know tons of baylor grad docs!

Anonymous said...

Will any doctor do? Is it OK if he beats you? Is an unethical doctor OK? What are you willing to do to get your doctor?

Anonymous said...

Fund raisers to cure something-or-another/ support the local hospital. Or find a female doc who is happily married and eager to play matchmaker for her male colleagues [best bet].

Anonymous said...

Wow, this makes me sad. I think I feel dumber for having read this.

Simone S. said...

I live in Houston too. I meet them all the time riding the metro in from that parking lot by reliant into the med center.

caron said...

Wow...I feel like I'm in clinicals when I read this list. I am a nursing student, and many of my fellow classmates talk about all the doctors. Just realize that those doctors are used to being looked up to...personally I don't want to give them any more of an ego than they might already have!! (there are lots of doctors without egos though...but I'm sure they all know that the nursing students are checking them out-except for me of course!)

Anonymous said...

I read your note. I'd have to ask, why do you want to marry a doctor? Is it because they have money? You can find any rich man for that. Is it because they help people? There are many men out there who are involved in outreach programs through their local church or do simple volunteer work. Or, you can find a nice guy and build a business together. Then, you wouldn't have to worry about him getting bored with you and leaving you with nothing.