Friday, January 26, 2007

My New Title

My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
Reverend Countess Donna the Inchoate of Waldenshire under Throcket
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I thought this would be a more exciting title for my self.

Here is my dear hubby's title as well

My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
Grand Duke Noel the Ineffable of Divine Intervention
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Jeff Brooks said...

Somebody has waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much time on her hands.

Jeff said...

I would change one word from incholcate to chocolate!

Jeff Brooks said...

I don't know about that...
One entry found for inchoate.

Main Entry: in·cho·ate
Pronunciation: in-'kO-&t, 'in-k&-"wAt
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin inchoatus, past participle of inchoare to start work on, perhaps from in- + cohum part of a yoke to which the beam of a plow is fitted
: being only partly in existence or operation : INCIPIENT; especially : imperfectly formed or formulated : FORMLESS, INCOHERENT

My Dear Family said...

Ok, now who has too much time on their hands

Smiths Family Blog said...

At first glance I thought it said you liked chocolate. If you dont mind, Im gonna stick to your plain Jane names. Jeff, way too much info, you took the supposed fun out of it. hahaha

Susanne said...

I'm not sure about mine:

Her Noble Excellency Susanne the Convincing of Goosnargh on the Carpet

sean said...

with so much time on your hands
could you update more often, kris and I live on your every post. you and your husbands, of course you are way ahead of sam. by the way I have a blog now it's