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I was away last week. I spent a few days on vacation in the Dominican Republic looking at this miraculous view each and every day. I took walks along a beautiful teal-blue ocean, felt the island sunshine soak into my … Continue reading
The road is long. There are twists and turns and sometimes they come fast and by surprise. You’ll find endless, flat expanses where not much seems to happen and encounter hills that go steeply up–and hills that go steeply down. Some days … Continue reading
Hello, Friends. I’ve just finished up a week full of mixing pleasure with business on Miami Beach and, as I sit here waiting for my plane back to Jersey, I’m thinking about all the things I saw over the past … Continue reading
Hello, Friends. It’s a haiku (five-seven-five) day today and I hope you will join me! Weigh in with one of your own in the comments section. Have a beautiful Memorial Day. What was all before today is the prelude to … Continue reading