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"Everyone Has a Name" - Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day)

From the time I was 12 years old, I wore two, and then three different stainless steel bracelets on my wrist – for over 37 years: a Vietnam Prisoner of War bracelet for an American Soldier who went missing in action on June 18, 1968, a Soviet Jewry Prisoner of Conscience bracelet , and then later an AIDS bracelet. 923 more words


More about me...She doesn't even go here.

Because my ‘About page’ is so rubbish, I thought I would quickly share my reasons for starting this blog in a more coherent way. In the process I hope to reveal a few things about myself. 308 more words

A Baby By Any Other Name

So her father decides, after only just now wanting to be a part of everything, that he doesn’t like the name I picked out.  Well my first reaction was ‘tough shit’.   985 more words



If you have to hyphenate your name, ladies, please have a legitimate reason for doing so. Legitimate reasons are listed below:

1. You’re a doctor who graduated before getting married. 232 more words

It's CAT-HER-IN-E (Or, Why I Go By 'Cat')

My name is really hard for young people to pronounce. Very few can master it before kindergarten, and no has mastered it as a toddler. … 468 more words


How to Remember Names

How to Remember Names.
If you want to make a good first impression, learn how to remember names well.

Dale Carnegie says “a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.” 9 more words