Sidewalk poll, Jan. 13

Sidewalk poll, Jan. 13

If you had to change your first name, what would you choose as your new name?

 

I wouldn’t, it is the name I was given.
-John Evans, Native artist/carver

 

Rigdzin, it’s the Tibetan name I was given meaning awareness.
-Don Morgan, Haa Shagoon store owner

 

Leah, it’s my niece’s name and I always wanted to have a girl.
-Mary Amor, housekeeper at Driftwood Lodge

 

Willow, the name is very natural and poetic to me.
– Grace Miller, gardner

Sidewalk poll, Jan. 13
Sidewalk poll, Jan. 13

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