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rachel | buttons magee

Do the girls love hearing their names pronounced differently? I know mine enjoy reading about the origins of their names and such. How exciting!

I hope you have a marvelously splendid twenty-twelve!
xo, rach

jen a

rachel - they do! they are already calling each other by their gaelic names - i love it! i hope you're new year brings love and adventure! xo

kristen

i need to stop beating myself up over my body too. happy new year.

the purcells

i feel exactly the same way about so many of your points - need to take control of my own health and body (in a good way) and above all need a stress relief like yoga!!! here's to a happy healthy 2012 and hope we get to see you this year. xo

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I also love to call me in my boy name though I'm a girl. I want to be unique and someone else.

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I love it! i hope you're new year brings love and adventure!

Bronwyn

I love the Gaelic project you've started! In high school I tried a little self teaching but really would have benefited from something like Rosetta Stone. (I only remember a few phrases and grammar rules now!) What would you recommend?

Yoga is something that's been recommended to me for my panic disorder. I haven't gotten in the regular routine but I must admit when I do an hour of power yoga I do feel more centred. There's certainly something to this.

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i feel exactly the same way about so many of your points - need to take control of my own health and body (in a good way) and above all need a stress relief like yoga!!! here's to a happy healthy 2012 and hope we get to see you this year.

Ciara

Best of luck with the Irish adventure (go n-éirí an t-ádh libh!)! Lovely to hear it's being taught outside of the country too, though your daughters will probably be able to speak it better than me soon! it definitely needs a shake up in the education system here in Ireland to get people excited about it again!

jen a

bronwyn - we are using rosetta - the hardest part is the pronunciations!

ciara - i think it's such a beautiful language!

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