I've always loved Alice in Wonderland, the Caterpillar in particular and he's always seen in some of the illustrations with a Hookah in his hands so in a way I have always symbolized the Hookah to the ornery Caterpillar.
Love you cosette, and your presence on HubPages, but Les Mis is probably my least favorite show I've seen, and I've seen a fair few. At our house we refer to it as More Miserable. Dude it was a loaf of bread. Get a life.
A reflection of the ever-searching pursuit of life or that path of personal cleansing of the soul. It is inspired by the Dune series of books. Funny how we latch on and adopt certain names and phrases. This is a very interesting and informative thread!
Isn't it? Names in pagan beliefs means giving power to that which you name. And there are so many good and strong names here with much thought and love placed into them, even if I am waaay beyond late to respond to each who wrote their answers here.
It was a nickname from when I was 18. My name was Sharon Lewis... some welsh connections... so Shaz (Sharon)... wellyn not only sounds welsh, but guys wanted to get 'well in' - I couldnt shake the nickname and as it is so unique have kept it as my internet identity.
Les Mis and Phantom are usually bonus before/after season performances to "The Broadway Series" that tour to places like St Louis, San Antonio etc. They'll feature them every 3 to 5 years or so, and sometimes run as long as a month, especially Phantom.