|Hey, . . .
||[Feb. 20th, 2017|12:53 am]
Phrembah (a potato-like mystery)
. . . how about "Heaven" for a given name? I grew up with a guy named Evan and a girl named Evan grew up in the house across the street from here. I was just listening to a podcast upin which one of the principals is a guy named Evan. As they were signing off, it sounded like the main guy called him "Heaven." I happen to know that this guy's name really is just plain "Evan," but how would "Heaven" be as a given or "first" name?
Turns out a lot of girl "Evans" are actually "Eavans" or "Eavens," which is Old English for heaven. So just 'cause I never heard it before don't mean nobody did. I like it for my third daughter's name (after Carry Nevada Wong and M. Erika Wong): "Heaven Leigh Wong." Cool, huh? That's three girls and one boy now. Old Danuel Wong is gettin' out numbered. Hmmm . . . I suppose Heaven Lee Wong could be a boy. I wouldn't want him to grow up with a boy-named-Sue complex, though. Like I said, hmmm . . .