Category Archives: Gulf Of Mexico

Five Years Later

I stood on the shore of the Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge, early summer 2010 with tears streaming down my Read More →

Planet Ocean

Seventy-one percent of our planet is water. Two hundred miles offshore from each land mass we find international waters; therefore, 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 →

Things I Don’t Understand

Looking at the dwindling health of the planet has me scratching my head in confusion. During my sea turtle volunteer Read More →

Loving the Earth

Loving the Earth: Creating a Conscious Relationship with Our Planet A slight breezed carried my SUP board downriver as I Read More →

Inner Music

As I pulled out onto the dark highway, the delicate crescent moon hung directly over Venus. It appeared as if Read More →

Song of Life

The white sand felt cool on my feet as I stepped out of my flip flops at the bottom of Read More →

Two Days Before Earth Day

Two days before Earth Day four years ago I was underwater. The strong taste of petroleum filled my mouth with Read More →

Sunrise…No Excuse Necessary

In the wee hours of the morning I found myself driving to Destin, Florida for a morning of diving. The Read More →

Fire in the Heart

Sometimes the biggest lesson comes from the smallest creature. Last night a sea turtle hatchling that had been attempting to Read More →