The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3
Posted By: heidi
I will need a hefty hank of embroidery silk to do so, but I plan to memorialize this quotation in a sampler. There will be two, side by side: yours, elucidating the practical concern for clear communication, and another which will encourage appreciation of the beauty & playfulness possible in a well-spun web of words.
Now, why should you be dissatisfied with your name's anagrammatic permutations? After all, they include: real ado: I, a dewy Norn! The best mine own name can come up with are: site-specific (Diet: ire/mirth); personal (I'd e'er mirth it!); and that old standby, "Hi! I'm tree dirt!." Obviously, I would be wise to stick to my drag-pet name. (Take your pet's name as the first name, your mother's maiden name as the second). I have no pets at present, so I use the kennel name of my first breeding sire. Voila'! "Nick McCoy," whom I envision as a barrel-chested, sandy-haired private detective from Wild Horse, Alberta.
More on Father Bob, soon - but via e-mail, folks: I promise.
trim I edit her (not!)
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heidi -- Saturday, 11 April 1998, at 5:46 p.m.
heidi -- Friday, 10 April 1998, at 12:48 p.m.
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