Amongst most people I know I'm the only Pauline. However, I realize the world is probably full of other Paulines. Who are they? What's their story?
Today, since there is little else going on, I decided to reach out into the world and see who else shares my name. I'm kind of getting tired of hearing, "You're named Pauline? That was my grandmother's name! If I had a daughter I would defintely make that her middle name." Screw you, it's a great first name!
So I did a Google search. Strangely, my site didn't come up until the fourth page. (Um, how about some clicks, people?)
Regardless, here's what I found:
Is the website (and blog!) of The Daughters of Saint Paul, a group of nuns in the Boston area. They even hold retreats for high school girls thinking about joining the sisterhood. How nice of them.
This is the of homepage of a woman named Pauline (not me) who has a sort of nylon, stocking and shoe fetish. If this sort of thing is your bag, then by all means, give her a click.
Seems to be a muscular fitness model. I didn't look at it all that long because I wasn't sure if it was safe for work.
Is a singer of the rock variety, me thinks. I like that she is a .tv. That's awesome.
Is a roots and blues band in the Chicago area.
So there you go, a few more Paulines. Are you a Pauline? If so, hit me back.
As for me, last night I continued my shopping excursion, this time moving over to Lexington Avenue because Fifth Avenue appears to close up by 7:00 PM. (What's up with that?) I got some new bras at Bloommies and a slick new interview suit at Express that a salesgirl and another customer helped me pick out. All is right in the world