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RE: mulch NOW Names

Well now- I have no fancy heritage name here, although it was almost
Penelope (yipes!) 

But-- my fathers younger brother met a lady with the same first and
middle name I have, long after I was born... once they got married, we
had the exact same name till my first marriage... so while growing up I
was always known as little Donna and she was big Donna, come to think of
it, at the family gatherings I am still little donna... LOL!

> That kind of stuff never fails to amaze me, Auralie. When I was in
> college, I had a good friend named Richard Anthony Dwyer II. His
> parents were divorced and he lived with his mother. During our period
> of friendship, Richard discovered that his re-married father had sired
> another son that he named--guess?--Richard Anthony Dwyer II.

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