1. Janaki Nagaraj

    I too remember many friends from my childhood…some of whose name I have forgotten but can remember their faces.
    You brought back memories…thanks.

  2. melch

    Hi Sulekha, I love this little anecdote – it is so sweet and simple. Thank you for your story. Cheers, Melanie

    • sulekharawat

      Catherine, Thanks a ton for your lovely compliment. I wish I can meet her once again, will definitely keep you all posted 🙂

  3. Tobi-Dawne

    Lovely story. 🙂 Choosing your own name can be an empowering thing, and how lovely to have that experience so young.

    • sulekharawat

      Tobi-Dawne, welcome to my site and yes choosing our name is a great feeling, though at that time it just felt good. i was a pampered child 🙂

    • sulekharawat

      I did, but found only the site with her name 🙁 I am going to start looking for her and will find her.

  4. Hello Sulekha.
    Maybe you can try searching for your friend on FB too. It would be awesome if you actually found her!
    Lovely post. Thanks for sharing.

    • sulekharawat

      Andy, I am trying. Thanks to this challenge, this forgotten story has resurfaced in my mind and I will try my best to find her. Thank you…

    • sulekharawat

      Corinne, I would have made a lousy Pawan 🙂 you are right. Thank you kind lady for encouraging and supporting me always.

  5. For me he was part of the family of eurobloggers, and although this was just one part of what he was and what he did, I will remember him as one of the founders of the growing euroblogosphere – and I hope others will do so, too.

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