Anyway, last night, I was giving The Lawyer the run-down of things that we needed to do today, and I mentioned that I had a “honey do” list for him. In jest, I said, “I can call it a ‘Man Task’ list, since that sounds more masculine.”And thus, the Man Task list was born:
It may be a Man Task list, but it's written on MY paper with pink lines!If you’re wondering about the number of car and computer related tasks, I will simply say this: If you ever end up dating a lawyer, I highly recommend finding one who also has a computer engineering degree. Then, when you call to freak out about your car’s check engine light coming on, the man will calmly respond, “OK, I’ll read the computer code this weekend.”
Because, what? Don’t you have to pay people to do that? And, by “people,” I mean “grimy auto repair shops that will find additional things wrong, but will still gladly credit your $100 diagnostic fee to the service they provide” (Of course they will).
So, The Lawyer is out tackling his Man Task list, and I am taking care of my own to do list, including finishing my poster for the conference and buying wedding registry gifts for several newly nuptialed friends (both his and mine).
I couldn't resist naming it appropriately.