Sunday Scribblings: Hi, My Name is…

I missed the prompt for Sunday Scribblings due to recovering from food poisoning. Found this idea at Jane Poe–Nevermore: a middle name meme

The object of the middle name game is to list one fact that is somehow relevant to your life for each letter of your middle name. (If you don’t have a middle name, use the name you would have liked to have had!)
When you are tagged you need to write your own blog post containing your middle name game facts.
At the end of your blog post choose one person for each letter of your middle name to tag.

My middle name is Rush. It is a family name that has been passed down from my father’s side. My grandmother and aunt have Rush in their names. My nieces all have Rush in their names.

R Reader. I love to read. I love reading aloud which lead me to being a teacher librarian.
U “U Can Do”. I usually have the “U Can Do” attitude.
S Solitude. I like solidute and time to reflect.
H Hope. Most days, I am filled with hope.

I won’t tag anyone but if you woukl like to play, join in. Visit Sunday Scribblings for more name posts.

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6 Responses to Sunday Scribblings: Hi, My Name is…

  1. Tiel Aisha Ansari says:

    Hi Jone,

    In case you haven’t already heard, there’s a new weekly poetry prompt site at
    Totally Optional Prompts

    Stop by and check it out!

  2. Jane Poe (aka Deborah) says:

    What a great middle name! (And, it’s only one letter off of mine!) Hope you’re feeling better. Peace & love, JP/deb

  3. Tammy says:

    Hi Jone,
    How’s school? I hope you are back to good health and I loved your S’mores haiku. 🙂

  4. AnnieElf says:

    I made my middle name my first name more than half a lifetime ago. I will choose a name. Sounds like found and possible grist for a poem.

  5. gautami tripathy says:

    This meme suits the prompt! I might do this too!

  6. Jane Poe (aka Deborah) says:

    Sorry to hear you got hit with food poisoning :((
    Like your middle name, ours is passed down & is a part of many of the females on my mother’s side. It’s a nice connection and bond to our history.
    I liked learning more about you from your middle name … peace & love, JP/deb

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