Nothing with a name

When I  look back on my life and specifically the possessions that I considered important, I don’t remember naming my things. I even have my oldest stuffed animal and he doesn’t have a name.

On the other hand I find myself naming just about everything my daughter has. She has a stuffed cow named cheese and a stuffed chicken named quackers. Her favorite friend is a stuffed deer that she just calls deer. The is a purple gorilla named burple and a huge colorful worm named cootie, yes like the old game.


It is funny to me that the same holds true for work. I go into dozens of meetings and most of the time will not pick up a name until I have come in contact with them 2 or 3 times. I have just had to learn clever ways of identifying people until they get indexed for quick search in my intelligence system otherwise know as Missy

Thank you to todays inspiration


8 thoughts on “Nothing with a name

  1. I rarely leave a response, but i did some searching and wound up here
    Nothing with a name | She’s Rambling. And I actually do have some questions
    for you if it’s allright. Is it just me or does it look like some
    of these responses appear like left by brain dead
    people? 😛 And, if you are posting at other
    social sites, I’d like to follow anything new you have to post.
    Could you make a list of all of all your shared sites like your twitter feed, Facebook page or linkedin profile?

    • thank you for the comment, I noticed your name that came through as deer hunter 2014 hack tool. So are you a Deer hunter or a Hacker? I would probably be considered both Axis Deer
      And if it is a hack congrats on the great job if I didn’t have any experience I would have never guessed.

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