Hooray! You're finished!
WOOHOO!!! Congratulations, Jeremy!!!!Are you going to sign your name "Bridget Palmer, wife of PhD" now? You totally should. You've earned it.
Congratulations!!!!! What an accomplishment:)
Congrats! You both must feel so relieved. My husband is ABD, and so that makes me curious: How long did it take, start to finish?
Yeah, I can totally see why people insist on others using the "Dr." title. It takes a lot of time and effort to get there. That said, I don't think Jeremy will insist on it. But maybe I will. :)Britney, it took four academic years. But he busted through as fast as he could. I think five to seven years is common, but of course it depends on the discipline.
Congrats, BOTH of you! I know us wives don't have to earn the actual PhD, but it sure takes a lot of effort from the wives to make it happen! We love you guys!
YAY!!! VERY exciting. You're a wife to a Dr. now.Way to go Dr. Jeremy Palmer!
Congratulations to all of you! What a wonderful feeling to have actually finished.
YAY! That's so GREAT!
Thank you all. Bridget earned this as much or more than me. Don't forget that I still have a significant amount of work to do (revisions)...
Oooooh! Only 4 years? I'll be sure to tell that to Andrew. ;)
Congrats! I don't think that there is a better feeling then finally finishing something that you have worked hard on for a long time. Again congratulations!
Yipee!! Now you should take a four year vacation. :)
Congratulations! I can only imagine how it must feel . . . Maybe I'll try it someday . . .
Congratulations to you both!Someday, maybe we'll have a chance to compare notes on our experiences as the wives of Ph.D. candidates. I think being the spouse of a Ph.D. candidate is an experience in and of itself.Hannah
Congrats Jeremy! Time to order the new spify business cards with the PhD in bold next to your name ;)
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