A picture is worth a thousand words. And this picture says it all! In years past right about now, we would be packing, and preparing for our annual visit to the frozen north,[…]
How I met Julie “…One door opens and another closes…” How many times have we heard that cliché? In October 2008, I lost my job as the Director of Closings for a cross-border[…]
PLEASE READ THIS AND SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS! If we were communicating today by drums, the air around La Paz would be vibrating with the coconut telegraph sounding the word, about the impending[…]
Chances are that once in your life you have been to the emergency room . And that experience in most cases was slow, irritating and expensive. At least that has been my experience[…]
Salvador finished his work, I took a nap in my pink chair. Ira napped in the bedroom.
Then Salvador came flying in our front door yelling for Ira.
The same weird man that tried to get in my house last week was sitting on the chairs in front of the casita taking off his clothes! Salvador was driving past when he saw him. And he knew it was not our present guests because he makes a point of meeting all of our guests ( they all are charmed by him).
It was still dark, but the sky was starting to lighten.And the remnants of last night’s storm gave us this gorgeous sky. Something woke me. A bump or the sound of something being[…]
Just as a goldie-oldie on the radio can bring your teen age summers at the beach rushing back with the smell of suntan oil, French fries and the salty sea, so can other[…]
August 17 It was the New Math that threw me, I just never could get the hang of it, and it has traumatized me since 8th grade. And because of that I wonder[…]
Flying with our son in his new plane form Cmaarillo to Morro Bay and back,. Gorgeous day, and I took wonderful photos of Morro Rock.
Beach, just seeing or hearing the word takes me away to a place of salt, sand, sun and peace. I grew up in New Jersey, and Fort Hancock on the end of the[…]