Alexa - The existence of beautiful things that stutter up the engine that churns out poetry, things so sublime that words come flowing out and leave no space for any disguise. 50 more words
Over the weekend, it was National Fun Facts About Names Day
I found out the origin behind my name.
“Brett is from a “Middle English surname meaning ‘a Breton”, referring to an inhabitant of Brittany (SAY WHAT?) I knew I had European and English roots but this is the first time I heard I could have been an inhabitant of Brittany. 31 more words
Tace was almost unknown as a given name in London before the Quaker printer Andrew Sowle and his wife named their fourth daughter in 1666. It was a little less rare elsewhere; it crops up from the 1540s in the earliest Church of England registers, notably in Gloucestershire and the west. 602 more words
“How can I spell your name in an arbitrary way that perplexes and infuriates you?” (Paul Gale)
Have you ever gone into Starbucks and had them misspell your name on your cup? 1,182 more words