Tuesday, November 3, 2009

A good sign you are distracted

I'm distracted because I'm trying to come up with a name for my new business teaching sign language to children and adults. I was thinking something along the lines of Signing with 'A Smile' since 'a smile' is an anagram for Melisa. So, go vote in my poll and help me decide so I can stop making jelly and ham sandwiches for Jamo.

4 chocolate lovers:

--Leann-- said...

Ham and mayo and cheese AND jelly? interesting.

A couple thoughts on the name thing. I'd stay away from the quotes. They dont make the best first impression. They make me wonder A. what else 'a smile' could mean or B. whether they are a typo.

"Signs with a Smile" brings an image of a sign making company.

I love the name! and what a cute idea to anagram your name.

I hope you do really well with it!

Desiree said...

I agree - I'd drop the quotes but I love Signing with a Smile... you could emphasize the A Smile part by colors or fonts etc... I've been racking my brain to think of a name but you know I'm rotten at that - took me 4 months to name my own blog. Of course I don't have something cool like "MONSters" to start with. :)

Ham and jelly? Ew. ROFL...

Anonymous said...

How about just Signing Smiles? Short, Sweet, and to the point...signing is a verb, so it implies that you are NOT making signs...at least not metal ones. :)

Cindy said...

Hee heee hee! Some kids like it that way!

So what is this new business? Would you be teaching online, or in person, or making videos? Sounds cool! Good luck!