Saturday, April 01, 2006

A change of name

I have officially decided to change my name. I feel that this is the best thing for my career...especially since I am always being confused with the Welsh baritone, Bryn Terfel.

At first, I was just going to pull a "Cher" and go by my first name alone, but then I thought why stop there? I went one step further and had my name changed to the symbol for boron. But then I thought, really? Let's be a bit more original.

Everyone must now address me by vocalizing a C above middle C. This has proven to be somewhat of a problem in my romantic life, seeing as Cam cannot vocalize that note. So, he has insisted on continuing to stick with the boron thing.
:: posted by Bryn, 5:07 PM


there's a woman in my field who has named her child E.

Just E. nothing else.

Happy April, B.
Blogger Cyberlyra, at 5:34 PM  
Keep that beautiful name. It is attached to just the right person and just the right body. I had a professor named G.H. The initials stood for nothing. His parents just named him G.H. I guess they liked the letters. You are Bryn.

Joe the Mo
Anonymous "Mo", at 12:41 PM  
Joe the Mo,
I have to agree with you. I've had the opportunity to have Bryn Chapman grace my life and be one of my very best friends and I can't imagine calling her anything but Bryn...except when I call her Bryn-ie. :)
Love you Bryn!
xo Mel xo
Anonymous Mel Silva, at 7:05 PM  

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