Name Alignment® Trademark Celebration

Name Alignment Trademark
Name Alignment Trademark. Backstory presented here. With a photo of me in the early Rose Rosetree years, plus my friend Gail Romiti

Name Alignment Trademark Celebration! Because this skill set has deep meaning for me, I’m moved to share an uncommonly personal story with you today.

Long Ago, Before Name Alignment® Trademark

Once upon a time, I had a lot of names. Not all at once, but sequentially.

Born Laura Sue Rosenbaum. First name drawn from a popular movie of the day, complete with a song: Laura, the face in the misty light. Footsteps that you hear down the hall. And, basically, someone you “can never quite recall.”

Laura Sue Davis, after marrying Husband #1. Such a thrill, during the hippie years, to have the initials “LSD”!

Eventually, though, this name-sensitive person decided it might actually be preferable to drop the “Sue.” My mother’s name. And not be a walking advert for psychedelic drugs.

So Laura Davis I became. Even after divorcing Donald (Ari)-I-Will-Always-Love-You Davis,  I remained Laura Davis.

Until marrying Husband #2, anyway. Taking his Scottish-tinged name, I became Laura Ramsay.

Most notably, few people could spell it properly. Typically, I’d spell that name out  s_l_o_w_l_y  for the sales clerk at Sears or wherever. Predictable as a cuckoo clock, she’d write down the more common, English-tinged spelling: Ramsey.

Blog-Buddies, have you ever suffered a comparable Name Exasperation?

Following that divorce, I didn’t wish to remain stamped with that husband’s last name. (Despite his being a dear soul, so lovable. However, as my husband? Let’s put it this way. For good reason, David Ramsay insisted that I watch the movie “Annie Hall.”)

The Next Choice Came Closer to Name Alignment Trademark

After this Annie Hall-type relationship ended,  I chose the name Laura Rosetree.  Since I decided to return to my maiden name (Rosenbaum). Only translating it into English. Why bother?

  1. People couldn’t remember Rosenbaum.
  2. They felt awkward pronouncing it. (Row-zen-BAWM)
  3. They mixed it up with all the other Rosen-names. Like Rosenstein, Rosenberg, Rosenthal.
  4. I thought that last name was beautiful. So why not make it comprehensible?

Name Alignment Trademark?

Technically This Had Nothing to Do With My Naming Choice

Like most people, I had no idea that a name could move you forward spiritually. Helping you to move forward on your path towards Enlightenment.

Also, like most Americans, I used to have no idea about names like Rosenbaum.

Did you know, in pretty darned anti-Semitic Eastern Europe, one of the horrors before concentration camps…

Was that Jews had to buy their last names.

  • So the richest Jews purchased names like Goldman (gold man) and Silverberg (silver mountain).
  • The poorest were stuck with names like Kurtz (short) and Kline (small).
  • Moderately prosperous Jews bought the nature names: Rosenbaum (rose tree), Wasser (water), Berg (mountain).
  • Alternatively, they might buy occupation names: Weber (weaver), Schneider (tailor).

Name Alignment Without Skill

Eventually I married Mitch Weber, a.k.a. My Favorite Person In All The World. He’d been my best friend since 1975. Even went to my Wedding #2!

Briefly, after our wedding, I became Laura Weber. Which sounded so stern to me, as if I’d always have to wear black clothing. Although really, a weaver-type person really ought to be able to come up with more colorful garb!

After I had sufficiently honored my husband and in-laws. As it seemed to me at the time. Maybe keeping that name for a whole two days. (What a piece of work I am! This kind of goofiness hasn’t escaped my notice, trust me.)

Back I went to Laura Rosetree. Which my super-supportive husband didn’t resent in the least.

But then, then, came the….

Invitation to Something Like Name Alignment Trademark

By 1992, Mitch and I had a son. Matthew Emmanuel Weber, a.k.a. My Favorite Child In The Universe.

Another milestone was that I had encountered a wonderful spiritual teacher for me. At the time. Dianne. She would hold meetings, deeply inspiring!

  • As I remember it, Dianne asked me, “Why don’t you consider changing your first name to Rose?”
  • As Mitch remembers it, Dianne kept calling me Rose. Eventually she asked, joking, “Why do I keep calling you Rose?”

Frankly, Mitch is a more reliable witness. Always noticing minute details about objective reality. Uncannily accurate, by my standards.

Whereas I have perfect pitch about people’s feelings and energies. Great memory for that too. Right on the surface of life, that’s where I notice inner life. And often I’ll mistake one for the other. (Although I’ve improved somewhat in recent years, phew!)

Not a Name Alignment Name, Technically

Might I really change my name to “Rose Rosetree”? I pondered this. Seriously.

Wot? Really? Change my name again?!!!

What did I never consider? How weird this name might sound to other people. (One thing about me hasn’t changed along with any of my names. True confession: Never in my life have I paused to consider what other people would think of me. Oh well.)

Otherwise, I thought long and hard. Although I was doing sessions for clients by then. Even had published a book on how to read auras… (Long before any of this was called “Rosetree Energy Spirituality.”) Nonetheless, it was many years before I’d co-create the distinctive skill of Name Alignment, now with its shiny new official trademark from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

So what clinched it for me? Why did I choose to change my name yet again?

Outside, taking a walk in the neighborhood, I was praying for guidance. (Granted, back in the day I had zero knowledge of what I now call “Energy Hygiene.”)

Something clicked over in my mind. Suddenly I thought to ask, “What would my life be like if I became Rose Rosetree?”

Names Are Sacred. Or Can Be.

Next thing I knew, I was immersed into one of the most spiritually powerful experiences of my life.

Intense as silent thunder. Beautiful as invisible lightning.

Will I share the details with you? Heavens, no. I come from New York, not Southern California. 😉

But I will tell you this. That less-than-one-minute experience convinced me. And so I jumped through a tiny legal hoop and became Rose Rosetree.

Name Alignment Is a Better Process

I’ve got to tell you, Blog-Buddies. With Name Alignment my clients get something equally powerful. Minus the wow! grace-of-God experience.

Because every single time I’ve helped a client with Name Alignment, we found a name that was full of Divine blessing. Strongly soulful! And able to helping that person move into the world more authentically and powerfully.

As for a name as strange and controversial as “Rose Rosetree”? I’ve never let my darling clients come close to getting away with something so ridiculous. Instead I help them choose a name that helps them fit into society better, as the person they want to be. Better, not weirder.

A Wacky Consequence of Not Quite Using

The Name Alignment Trademark System

Unlike my clients, I have paid quite a price for my soul-sticky name. Which, of course, I’ve had to do ever since the legal naming of Rose Rosetree. Not a steep price. Merely having almost every person who hears my name find it “highly original” to make comments. Such as:

“Rose Rosetree? Isn’t it amazing that you had that first name and then married somebody with that last name?”

Or “Oh.” Pause. Manages to avoid laughing out loud. “How pretty.”

At least I find these name conversations easier than spelling out “Ramsay.” Then, invariably, having the “listener” spell it as “Ramsey.”

What else?  Oh yes, wacky though my current name is, guess what? Even I can tell… Preposterous though it may sound, this name suits me and my life just fine.

182 thoughts on “Name Alignment® Trademark Celebration”

  • 101
    Rose Rosetree says:

    In my experience so far, everybody has at least one first and last name combo like that.

    For some, it’s good to have a middle name as well.

    Again, absolutely everybody I’ve researched with Name Alignment has at least one name that brings some wonderful outcomes, vibrationally. And these tend to pan out in terms of human-type results.

  • 102
    Rose Rosetree says:

    This isn’t about magic.

    Or prophesy or psychic readings.

    Nor does this happen from some sort of name-aligned Law of Attraction.

  • 103
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Auric modeling has a lot more to do with the consequences.

    And auric modeling is a really big deal in human life. Especially now, in The Age of Awakening.

    (If you don’t know much about it yet, start with this article and then use the blog SEARCH box to your heart’s content.)

  • 104
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Hey, you’ all are inspiring me to share a bit more.

    So, if you’re interested, here are a couple more observations that may shock you. Smashing through some of the illusions of earth. (One of the favorite parts of my job as an Enlightenment Coach. 🙂 )

  • 105
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Do you know about virtual reincarnation?

    If so, you can appreciate that by now, you’ve evolved so much spiritually that your birth name is about as irrelevant as your name in your previous incarnation.

    Why not get a name that helps express your soul? So it can suit you however much you evolve during this lifetime.

  • 106
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Incidentally, here’s another link to an article about virtual reincarnation.
    Written by a graduate of Name Alignment who subsequently moved into Enlightenment.

  • 107
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Does your birth name, given by your parents (bless their hearts) enliven icky sorts of family karma?

    And might you feel you’ve paid your dues to problems that “run in the family”?

    Name Alignment can make a big difference that way.

  • 108
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Finally — for now — phew! What about learning a great more about your own humanity.

    Rapidly evolving through outdated and, even, false ideas about your priorities in life? Smashing through big illusions concerning what you really value in life?

  • 109
    Rose Rosetree says:

    This process has been especially striking for me with the clients who required two or more follow up appointments for Name Alignment.

    Clear as day, it became for them (to my perception). As each individual moved from old generalities to more soul expression. With, even a certain degree of soul awakening becoming part of the process.

  • 110
    Isabella says:

    Hooray for Name Alignment!

    I didn’t have much trouble with telling people about my name change.

    I do remember being nervous and afraid to tell people at first, but it went fine.

  • 111
    Isabella says:

    Yes, you do learn a lot about how much respect individuals have for you, or how much they’re able to respect others in general.

    I was pleasantly surprised, for the most part!

  • 112
    Isabella says:

    I’m sure it helped that I was very sure of my decision.

    And that my name is a very good fit, with respect and power (etc) built right in.

  • 113
    Lilian says:

    So I mentioned numerology and astrology, but that’s not the reason I like my name.

    Just an observation, as I had a phase of being curious.

    I realise that’s an orthogonal method to Name Alignment with RES, which I haven’t done any session on.

  • 114
    Lilian says:

    Interesting again.

    Though, what I’d always go on in how I feel when I introduce myself to someone new.

    I guess there’s a set of chakra databanks related to that, like, let me see, communicating with strangers, point 7.

    WIll certainly test this with some name alignment research at some point.

  • 115
    Gillian says:

    # 62 Thank you, Kylie! Your name is very cool too :-).

    And yes, thanks of course to Rose for creating this amazing name alignment process.

  • 116
    Gillian says:

    It is highly unlikely that it would have ever occurred to me to pick the name Gillian for myself if I hadn’t had Rose’s guidance and instructions to help me.

  • 117
    Jnana says:

    Very impressive, Rose. If only people had this knowledge about name alignment, they’d be rushing to join the name change queue.

    In the meantime, I’m game!

  • 118
    Rose Rosetree says:

    This consciousness nerd can’t resist asking you, LILIAN. What is “an orthogonal method to Name Alignment with RES”?

    Maybe shaped like a hexagon but more ortho-like? 😉

  • 119
    Emily T says:

    I am loving the comments on this post!

    Hannah, it’s so interesting to hear about your career! I know for me, after ny name change it suddenly seemed like so many other possibilities were open to me. Things that I would never have even considered before.

  • 120
    Rose Rosetree says:

    EMILY T, thank you for speaking up. Yes, like HANNAH you’ve become one of those up-and-coming executives under 30… where your career is really taking off.

    I do love to help RES clients like you to wake up your power and use it more.

  • 121
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Power is one of the components that we make sure is encoded in your name, using this method to bring you a more appropriate name.

    And I’ve never yet facilitated Name Alignment Aura Research for someone whose power circuits didn’t wake up more with an appropriate name.

    Or someone whose soul didn’t gleam and glow up at the prospect of using your built-in personal power to make this world a better place.

  • 122
    Valerie says:

    I can understand having fears about changing your name, but the rewards in life are massive.

    And I found out very quickly who wanted to maintain a relationship with me as my authentic and strong self, and those who did not. This process helped me to find and remove the weeds in my life!

  • 123
    Rose Rosetree says:

    VALERIE, that’s so true. Not only in general but definitely for you.

    I know this because you’ve been doing sessions before and after doing the Name Alignment. Sessions for years!

  • 124
    Valerie says:

    This process has been such a gift in my life. My new name has given and continues to give me the strength I want and need in this life to be my authentic self.

    And being myself brings me so much joy!

  • 125
    Rose Rosetree says:

    When it comes to weeding the garden of your life, what impresses me is how you’ve taken so much more initiative socially.

    Pursuing relationships and career that bring you more, more, more.

    For instance, do you remember what kind of work you did, back in the day? Versus what you are doing now.

    Comparing the income. The professionalism. And the respect with which you’re treated!

  • 126
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Also, if you’re willing to comment. (And I hope you don’t mind having me bringing up this aspect of your so-inspiring story… )

    If you were to say your former name out loud, wouldn’t you cringe a bit? Even I would.

    Layered into that name were limitations that covered your soul expression. Reminiscent of mummy bandages.

  • 127
    Rose Rosetree says:

    By contrast, with your current name — your voice sounds different, commanding more respect.

    Your physical bearing and appearance are night-and-day different.

    How you relate to friends — with love and light and power — do you appreciate how much you’ve started expressing your soul?

    And, to me, the Name Alignment has been central to all this self-actualizing growth.

  • 128
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Ha, our Comments #124-127 were written about the same time. Fun!

  • 129
    Lilian says:

    Orthogonal: statistically independent. One thing can’t be obtained by a mixture of the other.

    For sure, if I ever changed my name I would have to be super into it.

    I’m so secretive about personal things to people in my life I’d be embarrassed to answer questions about it. (Might not seem it here, but writing comments is pretty anonymous and very much a “special case”.)

  • 130
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Thanks, LILIAN.

    What a different way to think about things — fascinating.

  • 131
    Valerie says:

    I absolutely cringe when I even THINK of saying my old name.

    And yes I so appreciate how much I now express my soul, and that quality continues to grow within me.

  • 132
    Valerie says:

    It hasn’t been only my social and professional areas that have improved immensely, but every single area of my life Rose.

    My life now has a momentum and rhythm that is so perfectly individual to me, and joyful in a way that I wished for, for many years.

  • 133
    Valerie says:

    Also, there were changes in my life that I wanted to make, like divorce, that I do not think I would have had the strength to make if I had not done name alignment.

  • 134
    Gavin says:

    I’ve had my new name for exactly 10 months as of today.

    It fits me so well that I can’t imagine myself without it!

    My new name has given me the strength to step into new situations, which I never thought of was possible with my old name.

  • 135
    Gavin says:

    Name change was a leap between cultures for me.

    My previous name was an unconventional, non-English name.

  • 136
    Gavin says:

    Frustratingly difficult to be pronounced and remembered by most people.

    Needless to say, my name was detrimental to how I saw/presented myself, and others of me.

  • 137
    Gavin says:

    Subjectively, I feel more like myself.

    Objectively, I am capable of handling situations than ever.

  • 138
    Gavin says:

    Energetically, I am supported by the immense capabilities of this name, which I’ve yet to grow into and explore.

    Thank you Rose, and thanks to everyone who has supported me through this name change.

  • 139
    Rose Rosetree says:

    GAVIN, so much personal growth in just 10 months, wow!

    You’re welcome. And thanks to you for this eloquent summary of Name Alignment results for you thus far. May beautiful, empowering discoveries continue to unfold!

  • 140
    Kylie says:

    It makes me happy to read all of these great comments.

    Knowing so many of you who have commented, I know how much growth the new names have made possible–I’ve seen those changes happen.

    It is so exciting. It really does change every aspect of your life. Change that is evident right away, but also that deepens and expands over time.

  • 141

    I did the Name Alignment process with Rose at the start of this year.

  • 142

    I scheduled the first Name Alignment session with the purpose of simply finding out how my old name was affecting me. I quickly discovered that my old name was an absolute disaster, limiting and hurting me in many and varied ways.

    Learning this, I immediately resolved to change my name.

  • 143

    Rose’s method for helping you select potential new names is delightfully logical and easy.

    I was so impressed by it.

  • 144

    Lots of people were puzzled, surprised or confused by the change.

    Some people felt upset.

    I had to fight with a few people about it.

    But now it’s all done and everyone has gotten used to it.

  • 145

    I still have moments where I am a little surprised that I changed my name – but I can barely even say my old name any more. The new one is just right.

    Changing my name was absolutely the right decision for me.

  • 146

    Rose, thank you for sharing the story about your name! 🙂

  • 147
    Rose Rosetree says:

    You’re welcome, THEODORE.

    And thank you so much for all you’ve shared here.

  • 148
    Rose Rosetree says:

    KYLIE, isn’t that something!

    Knowing even one person who’s gone through Name Alignment, it’s just an inspiration.

    So thank you for that Comment #140.

  • 149
    Julie says:

    I did Name Alignment and changed my name. It’s a big relief to not have to spell and pronounce the old name (it was difficult).

    And not to have to suffer the many mistakes and exasperations of others trying to spell and pronounce it. Many would just give up!

  • 150
    Julie says:

    It’s great to have a new name that is just a delight to look at, to write.

    I put my full name on my correspondence because it’s a joy to see it in the full form.

  • 151
    Julie says:

    My Name Alignment sessions were fun and a jointly creative.

    I kept my first name because it was already wonderful (probably because it was chosen by my kindred spirit sister, who was old enough at the time to be asked for input by our parents).

  • 152
    Julie says:

    I changed my middle and last names.

    Some of the input that Rose gave I hadn’t really thought about myself, such as the number of consonants versus vowels in the name, the balance of masculine and femine energy to the name, the number of syllables and rhythm or momentum of the name.

  • 153
    Julie says:

    The research was positive in all categories and we picked areas of life that were of particular interest. Areas that could get bigger without effort.

    Now some years later that has been borne out. Creativity is one area that has gotten such a boost that it’s hard to even conceive of the difference.

  • 154
    Julie says:

    Also the new name drew on areas of experience from past lifetimes that could strengthen this life and make it better.

    Memories of things that I’ve known and done that I’ve not developed yet in this life.

  • 155
    Julie says:

    It’s interesting to go back and listen to the recording of that research, which I did in 2010. And to hear where I was then. With some databanks at a ¼ of an inch.

    Even if I don’t applaud myself daily for having grown a lot, it is a hefty difference. Seen more over time than in the smaller increments.

  • 156
    Julie says:

    I was able to move forward lightly and easily with the new name; continuing with the old would have been like driving a car with a flat tire. Or an even more unfavorable analogy.

    Thanks, Rose, for the Name Alignment research and congratulations on the trademark!

  • 157
    Helen says:

    I am also so thankful for my name change….this will be my first Thanksgiving with my new name and that will be #1 on my list of things I am thankful for.

    I feel like I hit the spiritual lottery by being able to experience and benefit from name alignment.

    My biggest fear was my family’s reaction but they have seen the positive changes and even my mother seems to happy about it now. That I could have never imagined!!

  • 158
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Oh, HELEN and JULIE, I’m so thrilled by your comments, and grateful.

    This morning, like most days in November, I’ve been working to prepare my website for the big Website Redesign. It has been in the works for months.

  • 159
    Rose Rosetree says:

    RES has changed so much since that pink-and-packed website was created. Even with updates done over the years, I’ve still had to rewrite just about everything.

    Such a relief to toss out the equivalent of an early model mobile phone!

    Altogether, I’m grateful for the chance to make my dream come true, the dream of having a better website.

  • 160
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Yet I can’t think of the last time I worked so hard. For example, it’s no longer “this morning,” is it, Rose?

    The time on my screen says clearly: 12:26 p.m.

  • 161
    Rose Rosetree says:

    So I was getting up to brew cup of coffee #3 for “this morning” when I thought to click on that part of the moderator’s view of the blog that I click on. Just in case there are comments.

    Well, comments from you two startled me in such a delightful way. Woke me up from the serious writing, rewriting, writing some more.

    Kinda like the sudden delivery of a very colorful balloon bouquet.

    Big thanks!

  • 162
    KayCee says:

    Very interesting, and quite impressive that so many of you have followed through with a name change.

    Enticing to more-seriously consider how I might benefit even though I thought I’d made peace with my names.

    Oh, but I do know it’s a lot of work! 😉

  • 163
    KayCee says:

    My son changed all his names after years of (what I thought was) joking about it.

    I was only bothered to realize how unhappy he’d been, pleased as punch that he did something about it!

  • 164
    KayCee says:

    It’s telling that he had no name for a stretch after his birth while I vacillated and then went against what I’d originally requested and we’d agreed upon beforehand.

  • 165
    KayCee says:

    Hm, in a way, I inadvertently repeated something my mother did with my name that didn’t suit me, another story there!

    It’s all learning and reiterates the importance of honoring individual uniqueness.

    Thank you for sharing.

  • 166
    Rose Rosetree says:

    KAYCEE, when a comment comes in from you, soon as I see your name I am primed for inspiration. Yet again, you’ve done it.

    First time on this topic, we’ve got an example (from your Comment #163) of a parent who was “pleased as punched” when her child changed his name.

    Finally, an appropriate response to name change from a loving parent!

  • 167
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Very revealing and poignant to me, your Comment #162. This part: “I thought I’d made peace with my names.”

    Seems to me, that’s something all of us were taught back in the Age of Faith. Basically: “Life gives you things. You learn to bear them. Ask God to give you strength. And that’s what it means to grow spiritually.”

  • 168
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Back then, maybe a kind of surrender was the best that we could aim for.

    Like, “Be obedient, Children. Accept your meant-to-be.”

    (Those of you who have learned about The New Strong are aware that a heavy psychic barrier used to make life on earth way heavier and more prison-like than life must be today.)

  • 169
    Rose Rosetree says:

    By contrast, things started to change during the New Age Years. (From 1980 to 12/21/12.)

    If anyone kept statistics on legal name changes, probably those stats would have shown a lot more people daring to alter their birth names.

  • 170
    Rose Rosetree says:

    And now?

    In this Age of Awakening, many of us are evolving way too fast to tie ourselves down to relics of our early years.

    Clearly, a self-actualizing person might have good reason to keep that old name. However, many of us find that our allegiance is to God and to appropriate personal growth. Not to tradition.

  • 171
    Rose Rosetree says:

    It’s like when I watch the great TV show “Finding Your Roots,” the guests constantly say things like, “Now I know more about myself. Because I know more about where I come from.”

    The history of one’s bloodline is good to honor, for sure.

    But as for me, I regularly facilitate Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis®.

  • 172
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Helping clients with this form of past-life regression informs both clients and me about the importance of a soul’s own history.

    Which do you think is more important for your own progress in this life?

    What happened to your great, great, great grandfather?

    Or past incarnations when you studied with great spiritual teachers! Or accomplished important things in the world! And let’s not omit mentioning, lifetimes replete with awful frozen blocks that have impacted you to this day!

  • 173
    Rose Rosetree says:

    STUFF that has now been released, but which was energetically triggered every day of your life!

    Like a client last weekend who told me, at debriefing that follows the regression:

    “Ever since my childhood, I always worried about XYZ.” And that worry made no sense.

  • 174
    Rose Rosetree says:

    You see, KAYCEE and other Blog-Buddies, for many reasons, I’m most interested in the progress each of us makes in this lifetime.

    * As an eternal soul.
    * As somebody who will continue to live beyond this incarnation.
    * As someone with an amazing, huge chance in this lifetime to make enormous spiritual progress.

  • 175
    Rose Rosetree says:

    To me, what difference does your birth family make?

    How could your parents know enough at your birth… to name you properly for life?

    Could they ever foreseen how you’d be taking those early life lessons and spring-board from them, using free will to become the person you are now?

  • 176
    Rose Rosetree says:

    How far must we go to honor our parents?

    Still cram our feet into baby shoes?

    KAYCEE, I’ll bet your son honors you now because you have chosen to honor him. Rather than expecting him to follow your orders for his life.

  • 177
    KayCee says:

    I’m so touched that you enjoy my posts, Rose. Thank you for saying so.

    I believe my son and daughter both honor that I encourage them to live their lives however they feel is best. (Not to say that I’m not openly opinionated, haha!)

  • 178
    KayCee says:

    “How could your parents know enough at your birth… to name you properly for life?”

    I’ve said those words in the past, so yes, but I’m seeing how we were named to satisfy other people or as part of a personal process. Yuck!

  • 179
    KayCee says:

    Amazing topic that’s caught me by surprise with its deep twists and turns.

    Thinking I’d made peace stems from having resolved past issues and seeing through new eyes. But, there are things I may have missed as well.

  • 180
    KayCee says:

    And here I’m teetering on naming my business!

    “How far must we go to honor our parents?”

    For me, the greatest honor is paradox.. taking the liberty to be true to self.

  • 181
    Julie says:

    I am excited to see what the new website will look like, Rose.

    I can’t even imagine, but what a huge upgrade!

  • 182
    Dana K says:

    Thanks Rose for sharing your very personal story. I have wondered before how your name came about, but not initially.

    Actually at first I thought nothing really one way or the other about your name. I put it to you embodying it so fully.

    Later tho, I did wonder so thanks for sharing, I love how Mitch didn’t blink an eye. 🙂

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