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When I was a kid, I wanted to be named Susie: cute, popular, contemporary — everything the sedate Pamela was not.

Then in college, the name I might have picked for myself was Daisy.  Daisy was the carefree flower child, with long blonde hair and a battered guitar, I would have liked to have been.

Later, in a Jane Austen-reading period, I might have renamed myself the patrician-yet-quirky Eliza.  And now?  Well, while I’m thinking about it, let’s talk about you.

What new name would you give yourself right this very minute, and why?  What does it say about your current taste in names and sense of yourself?

And what names might you have chosen in the past, and why?  How has your taste in names and your feelings about what you’d like to be named changed over the years?

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