WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Taking On A World Of Words. I have been following this for a little while, but have yet to participate, until now. The three W’s are: What are you currently reading? What did you finish reading recently? What do you think you will read next? What areContinue reading “WWW Wednesday”

Lincolnshire Inspired Baby Names

Place names have been popular as baby names for a long time, with names like London, Sydney and Paris being among them. Britain has some interesting names for cities, towns, and villages, that as yet remain uncommon and/or unranked on the baby name popularity charts. British place names are often derived from Saxon, Roman, orContinue reading “Lincolnshire Inspired Baby Names”

January Reading List

I have an assortment of books I am hoping to read this month, I’ve got some comedy, history and a little bit of drama to start of the year. January Reading List The Orphan Train – Christina Baker Kline 1066 And Before All That – Ed West #No filter – Maxine Morrey Time Out –Continue reading “January Reading List”

54 One Syllable Girl Names

One syllable names have become incredibly popular in the middle name spot for little girls. One syllable names seem to flow so nicely with so many first name possibilities, it is no wonder they are such big hits. This list of 54 one syllable girl names will hopefully inspire and offer a few new choicesContinue reading “54 One Syllable Girl Names”

50 One Syllable Boy Names

Sometimes simple is better, and these one syllable baby boy names can prove sometimes less is more. One syllable names have been popular as middle names for a long time now, but they can also be nice as a short and sweet first name. Arch – a short form of names like Archibald and Archie,Continue reading “50 One Syllable Boy Names”