A Day for Blue Floats

A Day for Blue Floats

Eleuthera’s beaches spoiled me as a kid…I just didn’t know it. I guess it’s similar to the girl in my grade school carpool group whose mother picked us up once a week in her Rolls Royce. I once commented to her that it was a fancy car and she looked...
In celebration of Steve Jobs…and Jerry Garcia

In celebration of Steve Jobs…and Jerry Garcia

I was eating dinner last night, enjoying a lovely outdoor restaurant in a mountain setting in Asheville, NC when, ironically, I received the text on my iPhone. “OMG. Steve Jobs died.” The text came from an acquaintance I’d not talked with in several...

Quotidian Thoughts?

For a while I’ve been wanting to add a section to my website where I could jot down thoughts every day, or jot down everyday thoughts. I’m not aiming for completeness or length or rhetorical perfection (those I try for in my blog–ok, no comments from...
An Escaped Herd of Horses

An Escaped Herd of Horses

Looking out the plate glass window in front of me, I see in the distance sloping lavender hills dotted with pine trees. The sun is coming out after a brief rain and the sunlight plays with the colors and turns purple to maroon and brown to tan. Closer to me on the...
The Day After Irene on Eleuthera

The Day After Irene on Eleuthera

It’s the color of the water on the Caribbean side. The Atlantic side has bounced back a bit, and under blue skies this afternoon it was characteristically turquoise and many shades of delectable blue. Every time I’ve seen the Caribbean sea today I’ve...