Category Archives: Dolphins

A Gentle Soul

I met this female spotted dolphin in Bimini last year. The number of spots grow as they age so I Read More →

Another World

When I attempt to write about the experience of being surrounded by thirty-three dolphins, it feels as if it’s contained Read More →

Blissed Out

I felt a nudge against my arm as I slowly swam with a group of spotted dolphins. I glanced to Read More →

How Can I Keep From….Smiling

I felt the dolphins before I parked my car. Before my feet reached the sugar-white sand or my face felt Read More →

Manatee & Dolphins of Alabama

I have been working with Dauphin Island Sea Lab staff to create an educational video for schools, communities and all Read More →

Tides Are Turning

I can almost hear the squeaking, grinding gears of the cogs of the old machinery as it begins to come Read More →

Dolphin Day

Today my friend Sherry and I rode over to Destin, Florida to attend a fundraiser for the Emerald Coast Wildlife Read More →

April Fool?

I was beginning to think it was a bad April Fool’s joke. I was standing on the beach asking the Read More →

Blue Heart of the Planet

When the weather doesn’t cooperate with my exercise plans I use the elliptical trainer. I’ve been watching TED talks while Read More →

The Seeds We Plant

As the elliptical trainer whirled and my heart rate increased, my mind calmed. This rainy morning forced an indoor workout Read More →