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The Florida Keys, Constellations & One Step Closer to Understanding God

The Florida Keys was unknown to me until 3 years ago. The first time I ever visited Florida. I was also extremely mesmerized by how the US actually had caribbean islands connected to it. 494 more words


The leaves...

I thought you all would enjoy Turtle sitting in a chair at my local Mexican restaurant. My caption for this photo is, “Go home, Turtle. You’re drunk!” :D… 1,103 more words

Kingston Springs

Have you been to Ybor City, Florida, Tampa's "Latin" neighborhood?

Vicente Martínez Ybor was born in Valencia, Spain in 1818. He emigrated to Cuba in 1832, probably to avoid military service (a common factor for many emigrants). 125 more words

Fall Reading List - Update

Voluntary Madness: This book is based on a true story of a woman faking her way into three admissions to three different psychiatric facilities. She tells her experience going through each stay. 244 more words


The Cafe, Vegetarian dining in Key West

It was a movie night couple days ago. For those who have not seen “The Girl On The  Train” I highly recommend going. The story will keep you glued to the seat, so forget about running for your drink or popcorn refill during the movie. 286 more words


Review: Best.State.Ever. -- A Florida Man Defends His Homeland, by Dave Barry

Best.State.Ever., by Dave Barry. (New York: Putnam’s, 2016, $27.00, 229 pp.)

Every now and then I take a break from reading science fiction and heavy nonfiction and dive into some fluff, something purely humorous with no pretensions of substance. 348 more words



In my most previous article I wrote about the beauty of watching the sun rise from the beach. Once again, I confess that I am not a morning person. 983 more words