Char-LES

During orientation, we had a sort-of crash course in Spanish – they taught us how to hail a cab, order coffee, etc. At the start of the class, one of the instructors called the roll.

When he got to me, he pronounced my name – Charles – as any Spanish speaker would. Char – LES (as opposed to CHAR – uls).

It stuck and it might just be my favorite nickname. I’ve even got the head administrator calling me CharLES. I’m bringing it back to the States.

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3 responses to “Char-LES

  1. gonna have to try it when you get here….little char, big les? rhymes with?

  2. Gramma

    Hi Charlie, thinking about you having a nice spring (?) season while we are digging out our sweaters, and getting in a wood supply.
    Now we have 14 grandchildren 0-20!
    Courses going well?
    Any place to sing?
    Love, Gramma

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