Me

My name is T.

I live in Canada.

I work at a church full time and go to school full time.

I like to write.

I had a pet turtle named Ryder. (Funny story how I got him….)

I don’t really know what this blog is going to be about yet but I’m about to find out.

I’m a christian trying desperately to live for Christ.

I believe love can change the world.

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11 thoughts on “Me

  1. I find it interesting that it bothered you! If you google “Name Definition,” the first thing that comes up is:

    “Noun:
    A word or set of words by which a person, animal, place, or thing is known, addressed, or referred to.”

    In my case, that would be T, because I am a person known as T, addressed as T, and if you ever were to refer to me, most likely it would be T. (Unless you decide to boycott my ‘name,’ in which case it’s a different story all together.

    One of my best friends is named William but we call him by his middle name, Joel. How is that any different? We’re not lying to him when we call him that?

  2. Joel sounds better than T… It has a correspondence with the person being called…

    Logan, that’s a middle name too, but that is something that defines me….

    T…. Well, it will be T then…. :)

    • Cause my middle name is what describes me truly. Its not “inherited”, it was given to me by people who know me, who have seen me do things in exact way I want to do it…

      It reminds me that I can still break free of the shackles around me, and can be the animal that I have been, the animal that made me what I am today…..

      • T is how I sign emails, fb messages, memos, you name it. It’s the first letter of my name, it has a commanding look to it (Not as if I signed it with a I or a E or something) so it can hold it’s own at the end of a blurb of writing, and I like the sound of it. Simple, clean, elegant. No mess or fussy extra strokes or syllables to clutter it up. Just T. It’s easy.

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