You'd spell it wrong anyway as you have done in your post so how about wwvbsgdfertsy?<br />
Oh, yet another who claims dyslexia for bad spelling. And another who has never heard of spell check. I am sick of people using this excuse as it just doesn't pass muster when spell check is availabale to all for free online. I'll just say it's either laziness or bullshit. I make errors too but don't blme my illnesses for them. But I could.
I live around ''real gypsies'' crazy romas/zingari's it's nothing to envy. how about ''Natasha'' as a name, it sounds artsy
Seraphine. She was an artist as well, she painted flowers and such.
At 44 why can you not use your name as a pillar of strength from surviving challenges you came across?
wish you all the best for your new life and I too suggest nova
You want a new name and a new start at a new life. How about Nova? It means "new"
Thanks for selecting this as best answer. Good luck in your new home, and have a happy new life.
Watch out for thosse mountains in Iowa. They can be treacherous. Some of them are over 300 feet high. Change your name to informed. Then you can be addressed as Miss Informed.
That was my feeble attempt at a joke. Iowa is as flat as an ironing board. No mountains within 500 miles. lol
My daughter's name is Heron, after the great blue herons that lived where she was born. Fly away free bird no matter how awkward you might look too others.
Sounds like you've had a tough go around for a bit - sorry - but to your Q - My first thought was to look to your ancestral roots - where are your people from? this is important...
Florence is a lovely name - and a lovely city, where the Renaissance was born and flourished. Yes - going to where your blood has it's roots can bring great strength. You're survivor - and no doubt you have ancestors watching out for you! Best wishes...