37 years of visits hasn’t changed my love for this place or its people.. The beach is wonderful day or night. With an endless supply of activities and places to visit including one of the newest near beautiful Xcaret…a floating gondola tour at night! Mexico is wonderful! Advertisements Continue reading Cancun, te amo
Did a quick birthday weekend getaway to Savannah, GA with my baby girl. Wonderful southern city with tons of history. Just visiting all the squares of the Historic District could keep you busy for a few days, but this was a whirlwind weekend…so we did the best we could! The majestic live oaks with their Spanish Moss filled branches line the streets of Savannah. The monuments adorning the historic squares, Oglethorpe, Forsyth,Chatham,Monterey,Madison,Telfair, Pulaski tell the story of Savannahs’ antebellum past… Even city hall is special here. We dined at a restored southern mansion called The Olde Pink House.. We had … Continue reading Savannah…easy
Cleaning out a flooded home in Rocky Point today with IOCC and other volunteers. Imagine your whole life destroyed and laid waste out to the curb. So sad…. Children’s toys, clothing, and shoes amongst the rubble…. This home took on several feet of water. Mold was growing everywhere…all the way to the ceilings. All floors ruined… Again, Jason and I are counting every blessing. Thank you Jesus! https://www.iocc.org/ Continue reading More storm cleanup with IOCC
Spent our day doing demolition on a home in Wilmington with water damage from Hurricane Florence. We were so blessed to be spared during the storms and wanted to help out those less fortunate. The home we visited today took on several inches of water and required demolition to remove damaged walls and floors. Several groups worked together today to get the home ready for rebuilding…volunteers all. Counting our blessings today! https://www.iocc.org/ Please consider a donation to IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) at the link below: support.iocc.org Continue reading Disaster Relief in Wilmington
Came back to our home near ICW today to make sure everything was ok. Our house (and trees) have so far survived. Still VERY windy. Lots of families not so lucky. Clean up is going to take some time! Continue reading Go with the Flo? Part 7
1. PEOPLE not possessions. 2. If you live on the coast, buy a generator. 3. Flashlights (and batteries) for EVERY room in your house. 4. Keep a supply of non-perishable food items in your pantry AT ALL TIMES. 5. Be patient, kind and helpful when you can. 6. Never underestimate the power of nature. 7. Water (and wine) will keep you from going insane. 8. Hard boiled eggs last for almost a week unrefrigerated. 9. In a pinch, evaporated milk makes scrambled eggs unbelievably creamy. 10. Having a grill with charcoal is a necessity. 11. Believe in the kindness and … Continue reading Go with the Flo? Lessons I have learned from surviving a hurricane….
Hello everyone…I cannot get any photos to upload because my cell service is so weak here. We are using cars to charge phones. We are cooking on our charcoal grill when weather permits…which hasn’t been often. It is day 4 and the rain has just now stopped. The wind is finally down to about 20mph this morning. As if to add insult to injury, a couple tornados passed nearby last night. The wind and rain were horrendous!! Our front entrance flooded. We are all fine. Just sticky, tired and anxious. We have a Red Cross emergency radio that we are … Continue reading Go with the Flo? She’s just a bitch…