Tag: Bonaire

Island sustainability

Island sustainability

I recently had the pleasure of going to Bonaire, a tiny island about 50 miles off the northern coast of South America.  It was an entirely new experience for me, being that it was the remotest place I’d ever been.  It’s also fairly primitive, with wild goats and donkeys roaming around untethered.

Island symphony

Island symphony

Today I went snorkeling for the first time!  Twice!  It was incredible – truly a surrealistic experience.  I am so thankful to have had the opportunity.  It is something you can never imagine unless you actually do it. Then Jim and I got to have a night out alone.  We went to dinner at a …

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Happy Birthday to me

Happy Birthday to me

Today is my 38th birthday despite the fact that my sweetheart bought a card that indicated I was born in 1971.  I forgive him, though, because when he’s not “trying”, he’s the sweetest, kindest person in the world.  Besides, how could I be angry when I’m spending my birthday on Bonaire?  What can I say …

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Real love

Real love

Today we went to a beach and hung out for quite a while.  After too much sun and heat, I tend to get overheated, a headache and then grumpy.  I had reached that point, and we decided to leave but not before bashing my head on the top of our cabana not once, but twice.  …

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