Thursday, June 4, 2009

Bitter Laurel

Yeah. That's what my name means.

Not, "pure," or "grace," or "beautiful," or "God is gracious."

Not "wisdom," or "strong," or "peace."

Nothing like that.

Bitter. Laurel.

A bitter tree.

Explains a lot.

8 Comments:

sara said...

with as much fun and laughter that is in your house, I'd say you do not fit your name!!!

mine means "princess"...hmmmmmmm

McElroy Family Happenings said...

If it makes you feel any better we named our daughter Mara (rhymes with Sarah)...it means bitter.

Random...you mentioned how much you love Dr. Oz...well, he's gonna have his own show....so you can watch him without having to watch Oprah!

Sara@i.Sass said...

I'm with Sara. I'm Princess too.
Bitter or not you still made me laugh!

Rach@In His Hands said...

I love still ya, MB!

Birdie said...

must've been 'opposite day' the day you were born! We named Sissy without checking origins or meanings (believe it or not). Turns out her name means peaceful peace. I told her it was prophetic. I don't think yours is though *L*

RachelQ said...

I am a sheep... and fat fluffy white sheep... or am I a black sheep???

MoziEsmé said...

Sorry... I'm one of those "God is gracious" people, and I made sure my daughter had a name meaning "Loved." But my sister Barbara got the name meaning "stranger or foreigner." I always felt bad for her.

~ Straight Shooter ~ said...

Baby Cakes they meant it like this:
It will be bitter when she flies away.
And she will be as grounded in her love for Christ as a tree.

Ask 'em. I'm sure of it.