It’s in the title

So my son asked me why I had called this new business Angel Wings Web and not something better. I told him that people liked the name, first, and that I was waiting for his better suggestion, which never came.

Of course, to him, this sounds  a little lame, especially that my first business is called Angel Wings Snacks!

But, I am not trying to be original! I am trying to be true to myself: I like the name, I like that it starts with the word angel, and I like to think of it as being my umbrella, at the same time as it bears some good vibe.

So yes, I am not original. But what do you think? do you like the name? would have you called it something different?

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Otir

French blogger in the US writes on cultural differences, disabilities, religion, social media and politics.

6 thoughts on “It’s in the title”

  1. Non, c’est parce qu’en fait je dis tellement souvent “un jour après l’autre” qu’en français, un jour à la fois, ça me parle tellement que je ne le “vois” plus.

    Et en anglais, il reprend plein de reliefs différents !!!

    Mais c’est compliqué à expliquer, en fait, entre le jonglage entre deux langues dont une que je parle mieux que l’autre, et les résonnances que ça évoque dans l’une ou dans l’autre malgré des sens très proches. Si j’arrive à mieux dire, je le ferais !!

    1. Non, t’inquiète Anne, je comprends ce que tu veux dire. Et pour vivre en deux langues constamment, je comprends d’autant mieux ! Cela dit, c’est vrai aussi, – là c’est la linguiste qui va parler – que chaque langue aura ses connotations particulières, et que la traduction n’est jamais complètement fidèle à la pensée originale, et c’est pour ça qu’il y le dicton de Tradutore, traditore !

    1. I didn’t even realize that we were speaking French! No it doesn’t bother me at all! go ahead, feel free to use whatever language comes naturally.

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