Tag Archives: Nature’s Teachings

My Wild Heart Sings

I arrived at the designated beginning point for my sea turtle patrol twenty minutes early–that’s 5.10am. The last time I Read More →

Diary of a Wild Heart–Part Seven

One of the things I love about diving Bonaire is the house reef in front of resorts is always a Read More →

Diary of a Wild Heart–Part Six

I gazed out over the green-blue-indigo water and felt my soul resonate with it completely. Waves of color reverberated through Read More →

Dairy of a Wild Heart–Part Five

I sat in a tidal pool after finishing the last dive of the day. The sun was setting the clouds Read More →

Beauty Expanding

I left the house at 5.30am, destined for the Gulf beaches. A short 20 minute ride later I was standing Read More →

Standing Up to a Big Blow–Lesson in Life from My SUP Board

Yesterday morning started with a visit to Gulf State Park before the sun peeked above the horizon. I arrived early Read More →

Ghosts Beneath the Water

There are times when the river is calm, when the water reflects the gray clouds and what lies beneath the Read More →

Prehistoric Paddling Pals

I don’t know why my newest paddling companions are gars. Lots of them. Every time I take my SUP board Read More →

What’s Down is Up….or What My Mind Thinks of When SUP Boarding

I gaze down into clouds, puffy and white, against a grayish blue sky. As I glide along, a rope stretches Read More →

Dance of Beauty

I stood transfixed listening to wild turkeys vocalizing across the creek. The distinct and loud gobble of a male followed Read More →