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Monday, August 21, 2017

SOLAR ECLIPSE IN THE BAHAMAS!



For the past few nights birds have been tweeting loudly, waking us up about 4 a.m.! They say creatures predict occurrences of nature, so it might be because we will be experiencing a solar eclipse here today in The Bahamas.

Last night the birds were silent!

Thursday, August 17, 2017

PUNCH WOMAN IN ACTION INDIRA HOPKINS



This is my latest “Woman in Action” article that appears in “The Punch” on page 15 today about Indira Hopkins, who runs a successful messenger service, Reliable Messenger Service. I have had experience of Indira’s friendly, prompt and professional service. The Punch features an outstanding local woman in their “Woman in Action” column every Thursday, with my articles usually appearing every other Thursday.


Sunday, August 13, 2017

"SHARKS IN THE RUNWAY" BY CAPTAIN PAUL J. HARDING



Diver, pilot and owner/operator of Safari Seaplanes, Captain Paul J. Harding’s book "Sharks in the Runway: A Seaplane Pilot's Fifty-Year Journey Through Bahamian Times!" looks like a fascinating read!


This reminds me of the time I worked for a construction engineer on downtown Bay Street, Nassau. Once a week I had to walk over to the British Colonial Hotel, pull up my trousers and wade out in the clear blue water to a seaplane that landed just offshore. The pilot flew in once a week to pick up the payroll for staff on Lee Stocking Island. It was my job to make sure I delivered the money to him on time!




Thursday, August 3, 2017

JUSTINA WALLACE-WHITFIELD MAKES WAVES!


Women who lead active and fulfilling lives are always making changes and improvements in their careers and lifestyles! My “Woman In Action” article in The Punch on page 15 today tells of the onward progress in Justina Wallace-Whitfield’s life and that of her daughter Angelika who has now graduated and pursuing her own career.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

CALLING ALL ANIMAL LOVERS!

For all of you animal lovers, there’s a little dog in my novel “Love at Sunset”! - Excerpt: “He took Snoopy for a quick walk in the wind and rain, made sure the dog had water and left a window slightly open, so his pet had enough air. The hurricane shutters would keep out any gusts of wind. Snoopy whimpered a little as Ian closed the doggy hatch and made preparations to leave. The dog lay in his basket, nose on paws, looking up at his master with worried eyes. His ears twitched at the increasing noise of the wind outside. ‘I’ll be back soon,’ Ian reassured his pet before he left."