The lovable Shorebirds

I was looking forward to retirement for several reasons, chief among these being the fact that now I would be able to sleep after the sun came up. For so many years, I awoke well before dawn and watched the sun over my shoulder, as it rose over the horizon in my rearview mirror.  I […]

My Favorite Greeting

The ancient Chinese would be amazed at how much their original tradition- the New Year’s good will event of sending messages to ward off the wild beast called Nien-  has evolved into what we now know as e-cards. “Nien” was a monster who attacked and killed villagers at the end of each year and the […]

PARIS -City of good karma

If you visited Paris in 1999 you could have counted yourself among the 83 million tourists who visited that year, and experienced the splendor of its elegant architecture, history and art. While you dined at the many outdoor cafes, you may have been fortunate enough to find, laying on a table or on the floor […]


Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
‘Seek and you will find Ask and the door will open’ The heart knows the way All questions have an answer All destiny a purpose I cannot copyright my soul. Nor can I claim exclusivity for its questions. In an era when pretty much everything is subject…

Rising Sea Levels

My home is located on a Canal which feeds into the Intracoastal Waterway.  The Intracoastal is 3000mi long and runs inland along the Atlantic coast of the U.S., from Boston MA in the north, ending in Texas, where the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico meet. Lately, the change in the water mark on the […]

You deserve credit

    To all my blogging friends out there, I want you to know what an inspiration you’ve been to me while I’ve been recuperating from surgery for the past several months.  Forced to be patient while my body recovered, I was restricted to reading a few books, watching TV and having a few massages […]