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Lessons Learned: Sailing with a Three Month Old

I think most parents can relate that having a newborn is an adventure in-it-of-itself: the crying, the pooping, the inconsistent sleep, seeing their first smiles, first laughs, and challenging themselves to grow. 485 more words


Our First Sailing Adventure as a New Family

Before we start sailing around the world, Damon and I thought it would be a good idea to start with a small trip to get our feet wet. 702 more words


Ladies Night Out

Are you in need of a girls night out? Want to be pampered and shop at the same time? Well this is your night ladies! 101 more words


Birding Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge - Black Point Wildlife Drive

It was storming when I turned onto the packed dirt road of Merritt Island’s Black Point Wildlife Drive. The weather almost sent me home, but I was in the area already, and hoped that the rain wouldn’t bother the wading birds who spend most of their time in water anyway. 247 more words


Parents say son contracted MRSA from football helmet at Florida school

The mother of a 16-year-old Merritt Island High (Fla.)  football player who contracted MRSA said her son is doing better and responding well to prescribed medicines. 552 more words


First Foray

This weekend we are taking our first official step towards our sailing dreams – an overnight sailing trip. Up ’til now I have not spent the night on a sailboat and Damon has done some overnight trips during his training. 46 more words