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April 28, 2006

I forget...

Ladies, do you sometimes forget your maiden name?

That happened to me yesterday. I had to sign a proxy vote for a stockholders meeting that I won't be able to attend, and I had to sign my name exactly as it appears on my stock certificate.

Only, when I sat down with pen in hand to sign the proxy form, I forgot what my maiden name was! (Yes, my married name is on there too.) I mean, I knew what my name was, I just forgot how to spell it!

A mental block nine years in the making. And it's a shame, since there are so few of us with that particular name.

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Posted by Groovyvic at 06:08 AM | Comments (3) | TrackBack (0)
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Nope. Mine was pretty simple. Plus my brother, father and martial arts instructor still use it. Guess some guys never learn!

Of course I've only been married 3 and a half years. Ask me in another 7 years!

Posted by: junebee at April 28, 2006 12:58 PM

My maternal grandmother's maidne name was Bohstehn. My mother's maiden name is Dittenhaver. My sister's maiden name (my last name, duh) is another 3-syllable funky German name. She told my parents when she was a girl, "I'm marrying a Smith or a Jones". She married Bob Smith.

Posted by: Brian B at April 28, 2006 01:22 PM

My maiden name was a two syllable English name...first syllable another way to say "every," the second syllable being a slang term for a male sexual organ. This made meeting guys a lot of fun.

I married a man with a French name that is always mis-pronounced. I think I got the lesser of two evils when I got married.

Posted by: GroovyVic at April 28, 2006 03:43 PM