Monthly Archives: August 2018

Some Things Really Are Black & White

Today I am answering the call of Ingrid over at Live Laugh RV who has issued a black and white photo challenge to her readers. I am a fan of Black and White and have devoted the walls of an entire … Continue reading

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Island Hopping on the Sun Coast

With the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other, the landscape of Florida is diverse, and beautiful. Taking road trips throughout our state is a regular occurrence for us and we are especially partial … Continue reading

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Social Saturday at Cresting the Hill

Leanne LeCras at Cresting the Hill  has a very thoughtful blog that connects and encourages women who are experiencing mid-life and all its challenges. One of my favorite features there is Social Saturday, which is written entirely by guest writers. … Continue reading

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Finding Your Passion

A few weeks ago I was asked by Sue Loncaric at Sizzlin’ Towards 60 and Beyond to write a guest post for her amazing Blog. She has a weekly “Over 50 and Thriving Series” where she regularly includes guest writers.  … Continue reading

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Captured Moments – Necessary Deception

When my daughter turned sixteen, she and I began a tradition of celebrating her birthday together, just the two of us. We typically went  for an overnight stay at a nice hotel nearby, where we enjoyed a spa treatment and … Continue reading

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