a vestige of thought...
Wednesday, July 26, 2006
The first result was, fortunately, this website, followed by a link to the Jr. Leader page at NorthminsterStudent.net. After this is the link I find most amusing. Apparently my 16th birthday was announced on a website that I did not know existed for the youth group that I attended in middle school. By my 16th birthday I'm willing to bet that the majority of the youth group no longer even knew who I was. Next I am listed in two different copies of the Finneytown Music Parents news letter: once for performing a violin solo at the 2005 OMEA Solo & Ensemble contest and once in a list of students in non-Finneytown music groups (BAYSO, in my case). This is followed by three different versions of Henry's link page. Finally, I am listed in Northminster's newsletter as a musician in 2005 worship services and as a registered member of the nearly-memberless Northminster Youth Forums.
A search using 'Christina' instead of 'Christy' brings up an old list of National Merit Semifinalists on the Yappi Sports (whatever that is) message board.
I now have the satisfaction of knowing I am the most famous "Christy Humason" in the world (and quite possibly the only one). I hope I don't marry someone with a boring last name like 'Smith.' Even though people mispronounce it, I like having a rather original name.