If you are a regular reader of Songbird's blog, you know that "The Princess" has requested a new name. Her older brother changed his "secret identity" a while back and now this lovely young lady is searching for a new name on her mother's blog. This got me to thinking. How do we come up with all of these names? There must be at least a few good stories out there.
In honor of the Princess I have posted a picture of one of my favorite members of fictional royalty, Robert Munch's "Paperback Princess." She is a brave young woman who doesn't need anyone else to fight her battles. And she knows that what is most important isn't tiaras and finery but what's on the inside. If you haven't read this little fairy tale, I highly recommend it. But I digress.
And so, my play is as follows:
1. So how did you come up with your blogging name? And/or the name of your blog?
My title represents the idea that the human learning curve is not a straight line, but a spiral, where we learn similar things from different perspectives. We should cut ourselves some slack, therefore, when we are dealing with similar topics that we think we already should have learned or known.
2. Are there any code names or secret identities in your blog? Any stories there?
Not really. Maybe in a couple of posts I am referring to specific people or situations, but there are no "regulars" with code names.
3. What are some blog titles that you just love? For their cleverness, drama, or sheer, crazy fun?
Love the title of "Jesus Was Not A Republican." It grabbed my attention right away. And who doesn't love "Clever Title Goes Here." Genius!
4. What three blogs are you devoted to? Other than the RevGalBlogPals of course!
Jesus Was Not A Republican" is a story of the progress of an international adoption. Our own "Dancing With God" has been entertaining to read, following Emily's progress through school. I also check in on several of the revgals with some regularity.
5. Who introduced you to the world of blogging and why?
I no longer remember, actually. But I enjoy it!
Bonus question: Have you ever met any of your blogging friends? Where are some of the places you've met these fun folks?
Nope, but maybe someday.