Back To Being A Ho

Today, I decided to change my last name back to my maiden name.

My last name has always been an issue growing up, and once I got married, I happily changed it. Read about it in my previous post HERE.

When I filed for divorce, it was too much of a hassle to go back to my maiden name – not only do I have to deal with all the paperwork, but my entire business and branding was tied to my name. And not to mention that my maiden name was “Ho.” You do the math.

In the last few months, I have really considered and discarded the idea, not wanting to deal with the headache…and to think that if I do get remarried, I have to re-change my name all over again!

But finally, there was one straw that broke the camel’s back, and I no longer wanted to keep my ex’s last name. I want as little association with that as possible.

My family name represents people who love me and want the best for me. My family is a group of people that have integrity and character. My mom is wise, social, and super cool. My dad is the most sacrificial, service-oriented man I’ve ever met. My brother is incredibly talented and creative. And that is what I want to represent. That is the name I will be proud to carry again.

5 thoughts on “Back To Being A Ho

  1. Girl I feel your pain. I went to Social Security to change my name on Tuesday (my 6 year wedding anniversary. Nice.) I want to be completely removed from him and that family. More power to you. It’s nice to be back.

  2. I am planning on keeping his name personally but using my maiden name professionally. I want to have the same last name as my kids but I really love what you said about the different families and what they represent. Something to think about.

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