May 16, 2012

Monogram my A.S.S.

 I've always loved the idea of having monogrammed things. Shirts, weekly planners, cell phone cases, totes- you name it I've wanted it but due to a snafu concerning my initials I've had to forgo wearing anything monogrammed. You see way back when I was given the name Anetra Shivon Smith. Yes that's right. My initials are A.S.S. In the monogram world your last name or family name is in the center. So either way my initials are A.S.S. Around the age of six my mom asked me if I wanted to change my middle name to Watkins (her maiden name). At six Anetra Shivon Smith sounds WAY COOLER than Anetra Watkins Smith. Looking back I should have thought that through a little more. Don't get me wrong I absolutely love my name and the initials A. and S. but there's no way I'm walking around town with A.S.S. stamped across my chest. At this point in my life I am attached to my middle name so there's no going back but I think this is yet another reason I should get married. I want monogrammed THINGS! Now I know some of you are saying why not just do two letters. Those monograms aren't as cute. That's why. I do have a lot of A things around my room and on my keychain, etc but I want the three letters. Where is my prince charming with a last name that doesn't start with S?!


After much thought I decided to embrace my initials and enter Prep In Your Step's Monogram Necklace Giveaway. I love the look of this Marinette Jewelry necklace and hope I win!!! Check out Prep In Your Step's blog for all things preppy! http://prepinyourstep.blogspot.com


5 comments:

  1. LOL, I have heard ,You are your name.

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  2. Well, I think you should do a single initial and monogram away!!! Do a very sylized "A" or "S".....be bold and embrace those monograms!

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  4. "Now I know some of you are saying why not just do two letters."

    No, I'm thinking that I would just go with my own ASS and wear it with pride.

    "Where is my prince charming with a last name that doesn't start with S?!"

    That's not as tough as following my fathers advice, "STOP MARRYING MEN WHO'S NAMES END IN VOWELS!"

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