Archive for the ‘Florida’ Category

Yesterday, I received this open letter from a well known disabled veteran in our community who wishes to remain anonymous, but would like to reach all of us. Please read, like and share his post as we quickly approach Veterans Day where we should honor all Veterans; especially those who continue to struggle… “An Open […]


Charlie Goldberg Happy 91st Birthday! Congratulations to my dear Father-in-Law, Charlie Goldberg… Born and raised in Hartford,Connecticut Married his sweetheart Laura Served in the Army during WWII in Paris, France as an MP Drove a truck for First National and Stop & Shop Stores Retired to Delray Beach, Florida Served once again… as a volunteer in […]


 Sometimes, a walk in the park can be relaxing, sometimes reflective…This one was inspirational! The 10th annual Arts in the Park was truly memorable for Carol and I and of course, Teddy, too. Check out the “Arts in the Park” Facebook page @ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Arts-in-the-Park-2013/451788601558473 A gateway look into a lot of creativity! Already talking shop…Here’s Carol […]


On Wednesday, April 10th…One cool garden party commenced in honor of the Olmsted Gardens restoration at the Cummer Museum…One of Carol and my favorite places in Jacksonville Check out the website @ http://www.cummer.org/visit/olmsted-garden-restoration Hope McMath, Director of the Museum was our host extraordinaire! Some cool people were there, too…Starting with my lovely wife, Carol… …And […]


Understand  who you are, so that you can be the same, whether you’re talking to a homeless  person or the President of the United States. You’re the same person….Graham Stedman I  mean, I don’t think I’m alone when I look at the homeless person or the bum or the psychotic or the drunk or the drug […]


Those of us who live in north and central Florida have a gem of a state park…  Blue Spring State Park in the Orange City Area … http://www.floridastateparks.org/bluespring/ Carol & I took a trip there this past weekend en route to Mount Dora’s Art Festival See more @ http://mountdoracenterforthearts.org/art-festival/ One of the largest congregations of manatees you’ll […]


Winter dreariness is relative…Here’s a winter dreariness perspective from our backyard… Blah Sundays sometimes make great Brunch Holidays! http://www.thereefstaugustine.com/brunch.html For Carol and I, this has been the most phenomenal brunch experience we ever had! Here’s Carol awaiting my return with the camera 🙂 Joanne, our waitress, made us feel like her personal guest at The […]


When you need to just relax, renew your relationship or recharge your batteries, there is nothing better than a weekend getaway. Carol and I had a chance to get away for our 11th wedding anniversary to Amelia Island recently and here is where my mind wandered off to on it’s own quest… Does life go […]


In Jacksonville and a good part of Florida- The medical field is the key to future jobs and a better economy. Here’s a message University of Connecticut Alumni received regarding the Governor’s and the Legislature’s commitment to the issue of future jobs. Dear Friends,We need your help and we ask for your voice! As the legislative session […]


The Greater Arlington Adrenaline men’s U19 team won the Florida  Youth Soccer Association Presidents Cup on Sunday, April 3rd in Auburndale FL. The semi-finals and finals pitted the winners of the 4 Region Cups representing North Florida (B) South  Florida (A), West Coast area (C) and Panhandle and west (D).  Coached by Steve Lennon and Jose Sandoval, […]