I’ve watched my friend, Susan R. Nelson, grow exponentially as a photographer over the last year. She’s now winning photo competitions, and her work will soon be featured in gallery shows. It’s just that READ ON
Wisconsin is an explosion of color in the Fall that starts with the sumac turning a brilliant bronze, followed closely by red leaf and sugar maples and aspens.
This is the Belgian mare who in the past kicked a man through a barn wall when he got between her and her foal. She was apparently fine with Ted, the animal whisperer, who READ ON
I’m a southern girl at heart, used to balmy days where the body slows down in direct proportion to the rise in temperature and humidity. It’s a place where holding an ice-cold glass of READ ON
Packing Hacks: Put a bar of soap in the luggage compartment with dirty laundry to keep the rest of your clothes smelling fresh and clean. Clean out an old suntan lotion bottle to hold READ ON
I love finding myself in the middle of the story almost as much as I love witnessing acts of kindness. So, when the two merge and I find myself in the middle of a READ ON
I love this picture not only for showing the pristine beaches of Petit Carenage on Carriacou, but because it shows two sets of footprints in the sand. It’s a reminder that we need each READ ON
My husband and I just returned from a winter vacation to a little island in the Caribbean called Carriacou. It is one of the many spits of land strewn across an azure sea like READ ON
“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the READ ON
These little beauties kept us company at Marazul, along with the dozens of hummingbirds.
Today, I thought I would do a Creature Feature. In my travels, I’ve encountered some amazing animals, from elephants to eagle rays, and turtles to tarantulas. However, the most prevalent you’ll probably ever find READ ON
I love the ancient Greeks. I think my passion for them started when I was in High School studying Latin. I had a teacher that made Ancient Rome and Greece come alive. Both civilizations READ ON
A very happy Millie keeping watch over her domain.
Millie at the pond.