I love my middle name: Kathryn. I love how it’s spelled, I love how unusual it is with my first name. (I rarely meet another Sarah Kathryn.) I love the way it feels to say and hear. My real dad picked it out after Catherine of Aragon.
I, fortunately, am not one of those people who have a name that is often misspelled. I had the option of buying my name on a keychain. It’s fairly traditional. So traditional, in fact, that I go by something the more interesting Sahara on WordPress and in a few other places.
I have decided to change my blog name, and have taken several days to figure out the best one.
(On a side note, I’m also changing my maiden name to my married name, which is a pain in the ass, I’m here to tell ya. What I don’t understand is why groups OTHER than the social security office and the DMV want to see my marriage license. If Illinois and the United States have already checked to see that I’m married, why isn’t that good enough for you? Infuriating.)
But I digress.
In an effort to focus my blog brand, (thank you zerotohero challenge by wordpress) I am changing my username and the name of my blog to something more in line with my mission.