Monthly Archives: March 2007

E

An elephant sitting: “E”. A baby elephant sitting holding his trunk: “e”. Except for a certain confusion with “3” which had an affinity for “B” “E” worked for me.

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D

“D” puzzled me, almost right from the start: I was delighted when I discovered “D” started my name and was therefore mine; but I was confused that it seemed to be a relative of “B” who was nowhere in my … Continue reading

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C

Cat was always my “C” letter: when a cat sat, its back was a “C”; but like a cat “C” was ambiguous sometimes hard, sometimes soft: “cease” had the soft “C”; “crease” the hard “C”. Then there was the confusion … Continue reading

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