Month: January 2020

Spoonbills, White Pelicans & Seashells, o my!

I’ve wanted to return to Sanibel Island since I originally left it after a day visit in 1964. The island has been legendary as a mecca for masses of seashells on its shoreline deposited there because of its unusual placement in the Gulf of… Continue Reading “Spoonbills, White Pelicans & Seashells, o my!”

Remembering Bess

undergarments 1950's

We’d always celebrated my Mother’s birthday on January 3, until she informed us one day that she learned upon¬† getting a copy of her birth certificate, that her birthday was really January 2!¬† We all shook our heads in disbelief, but there it was… Continue Reading “Remembering Bess”

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