Tag Archives: #KeyWest


Grandma is Topless & Liberating!

“Fantasy Fest” is America’s most liberating party, but beyond the skin, costumes and endless tides of good-times, it is a reminder of what frees America to consistently strive for me….


New Orleans Jazz Fest – “When Doves Sing not Cry”

Don’t cry for New Orleans. While it was a time to mourn the loss of a great talent, Prince, the New Orleans Jazz Fest was a confirmation and celebration of…


On the Road Again – Gilligan’s Compelling Journey in 2015

This story is dedicated to Gilligan, (July 4, 2001 – December 29, 2015) our beloved family member, travel companion, and friend who taught us how cats think, negotiate, socialize, bond,…


“Public Space is Vital Component of #Cities” – World #Habitat Day

  We share more than living space when we converge in the city, the town and the village. Public places become part of culture, social interaction and political discourse. They…


#NewOrleans, Love Me or “Hate Me for my Freedom”?

In the immediate aftermath of #Katrina, many around America blamed the death and destruction on New Orleans and its residents – some asked should the US simply abandon New Orleans?…


Snowbirds Migrating to Free Birds – A Compelling Journey of Body & Spirit

What does one say about a couple embarking on a long road trip to Florida with multiple destinations in pursuit of family, adventure, and warmth while accompanied by two other…