Tag Archives: Manatees

A Wild Heart

Nothing is more vital than a wild heart. When we lose that, we’ve lost our connection to the untamed, 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 Conscious Act of Letting Go

Attachment: “A feeling that binds one to a person, thing, cause, ideal, or the like; devotion; regard: a fond attachment to his cousin; a profound attachment to the cause of peace” (dictionary.com). One of the most difficult lessons I have learned is to let go of expectations. Read More →

No Disappointing Days

You never know what will happen when you set your intention for a morning of manatee interaction. An impromptu trip Read More →

Anhinga and Mullet–Unlikely Partners

After traveling to Crystal River, Florida today my friend Sherry and I SUP boarded to Three Sisters Springs in search Read More →

The Questions We Ask

Yesterday I watched a news video relating the story of a family that abused a baby manatee. By abuse I Read More →

What Would You Do?

None of us like to think about it but the truth is this: The moment we are born, we begin Read More →


It is no secret to anyone who knows me that my best friends are finned or flippered, feathered or furred. Read More →

Hello Again

Today I went on a search for a friend I met two years ago. He was a tiny tot back Read More →


As I floated horizontal, on the surface of the water, I saw a mother and baby manatee in the distance. Read More →