Women are taking to social media and sharing their experience with sexual harassment with a goal of raising awareness as to how widespread it is. Over the years, yes, I’ve experienced sexual harassment and assault and perhaps what I experienced at my first paying job out of high school, almost 30 years ago, stands out as the most disgusting and embarrassing.
Following Hurricane Irma, I realized disaster hair don’t care and I learned to tame my wild locks.
On a fall day, I spent a day in Bayou la Batre, located less than a 2-hour drive west from Gulf Shores, learning about Alabama’s seafood industry and the importance of wild-caught Gulf seafood.
Hurricane Irma ripped through Florida three weeks ago and I’m still finding my normalcy. Except for a few fallen palm fronds and a wind-blown bougainvillea, this devastating storm spared my home and property yet, I’m still feeling unsettled as I transition from surviving to living.
As cliché as it is, I enjoy long walks on… dog-friendly beaches. And just my luck! Earlier this summer my traveling companion’s paws and my feet walked atop the sand of the gorgeous beach at 30 Degrees 8 Minutes North Latitude in Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTM Research Reserve) near St. Augustine, Florida.
Englewood, Florida’s restaurant week called Let’s Eat! – Englewood Restaurant Wee, serves up a culinary adventure without breaking the bank.
Hurricane Irma ripped through Florida last week which meant I spent the week prior and week after the storm, preparing and surviving. Now, I’m ready to being living again while finding my footing in finding normalcy. More posts to follow and wanted to drop a line to say I’m still here!
Are you lucky enough to have fresh-caught mangrove snapper and looking for a recipe to prepare it? I LOVE fish tacos and I could not wait to cook up a batch with my fresh mangrove snapper caught during my July fishing charter with Capt. Rachael Reynolds of R&R Charters in Daytona Beach.
Radcliff waddled along Adventure Yacht Harbor’s boat dock at and looked like a walking hotdog. Strapped around him was an oversized, bulky orange life jacket probably too big for him. In fairness, this is the first time I’ve found and purchased a life jacket for a dog. The hunter-orange nautical gear was snug yet provided him with mobility to walk and jump aboard Capt. Rachael Reynolds’ boat for a dog-friendly fishing trip in Daytona Beach. Well, specifically in Wilbur by the Sea but really is Port Orange.