By Robin Lynn Moore
to his spouse, Dale Evans, who wrote again to my mom and despatched signed, autographed
whilst Roy Rogers married Dale Evans, they either had young ones from prior
relationships. Then that they had one jointly, a bit mentally challenged lady with
severe illnesses who did not reside very lengthy. Her identify used to be Robin, so while my
mother had a bit woman, she needed to identify her after Roy and Dale's daughter.
that is me. i'm Robin. I hated the identify while i used to be little. For something pass over
Joe on Romper Room by no means observed me in her magic reflect, and that i waited on a daily basis for
her to invite me if I had a good time at play.
for one more factor, the entire Robin's I had heard of have been boys. I enjoyed frilly
dresses and glossy footwear, and lengthy princess hair. I had a pixie hair minimize and this
My mom acknowledged, "What do you need i might have named you?"
with out hesitation I acknowledged "Star," the main appealing, airy identify i'll
think of on the age of three.
I acquired used to my identify over the years, or even determined I loved it. The
surprise got here whilst i made a decision to determine what my identify intended in a single of these child
books the place you could search for the identify and locate the meaning.
Robin is a by-product of the male identify, Robert and it skill brilliant, of shining
fame, or in different phrases, a star.
My mom named me what i needed in spite of everything. It simply took me awhile to determine it
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