All is about DNS, so the config should be done in your google domain DNS manager if this is your case. [If your Name Servers or NS are pointed from google domains dns manager to another, you should perform the actions in the pointed NameServers DNS management]
Don't modify the root zone records of your "myname.com", sometimes came with an @ or with ...
As Stephen mentioned, if you switched your NS records to CloudFlare, that means that your DNS provider is CloudFlare now, and Route 53 is only acting as your registrar.
If this is the case, then any DNS record changes you make in Route 53 (with the exception of the NS records which serve as a "root") will not have any effect, since Route 53 is no ...
I was able to solve the whole problem by changing my .htaccess file from
# php -- BEGIN cPanel-generated handler, do not edit
# Set the “ea-php72” package as the default “PHP” programming language.
AddHandler application/x-httpd-ea-php72 .php .php7 .phtml
# php -- END cPanel-generated handler, do not edit