Hi everyone! As you can see I haven’t been posting. Sorry but just not up to it. We visited friends in Long Island Sound, then went up the Hudson River and into the Erie Canal spending a weekend in Fairport, NY to visit my brother and his family. Then we went the rest of the […]
Saturday, November 22 It seems like I do some of my best thinking at night, so I’m going to reflect on the purpose of writing the blog for me. Last trip as you may recall, I wrote about every day on our trip. Please go here, if you want to read that blog of our […]
Sunday, September 21, 2014 Phil and I made it home to Solon, Ohio, in the Cleveland area June 17. We saw family, including my daughter Katie a couple times. That’s when the curve ball came also called “life changing on a dime”. July 4th weekend Katie had a pain crises. It ended up that she […]
Saturday, September 28, Day 81 This morning dawned with lots of fluffy clouds in the sky and a lull in the wind. I looked at the calendar and realized that our friends Don and D were going on a trip a week from Monday. Wow in only ONE week! So if we wanted to see […]
Just wanted to send you a quick note to let you know that we have left Grand River Yacht Club at 8pm to arrive at Port Stanley, Ontario Canada tomorrow. Will post more later.
So mom wanted me to make a post about what I thought about them going on this trip. I am happy they are going on this trip. I know they will have a lot of fun, meet a lot of great people, have a lot of great experiences, and go to a lot of cool […]
I have 7 working days left and this has been the week that I have had to tell my patients that I am leaving on a trip that will last a year, maybe longer and I will no longer be THEIR nurse. It’s been a sad week for me and I’ve shed a few tears […]
It’s interesting how quickly life can change on the boat, all dependent on the weather. . Tuesday evening I was working on sewing pillowcases from my left over Bahamian fabric. See below. About 11pm, Just after cleaning up and getting into the car to drive down to the dock, a BIG wind came and 1+ft […]