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Life Goes On, It Has To

Let me begin by saying I recently had a conversation with a dear friend of mine who is a very successful woman in the international beauty industry.  She serves as my inspiration for this piece. Full disclosure, I make no claim to having any formal training as a therapist or life coach.  I just have […]

We’re All Kids at Heart

When asked what he would like to see that he hadn’t already seen in his 98 years, retired WWII Veteran, Dr. William Hatt, wanted to get up close and personal to a zebra and a giraffe.  For many, this might be a difficult wish to grant, but not here in Bradenton, Florida.  It just so […]

Pugnaciously Passionate About Pugs

I am shamelessly proud of my ability to handle my two 80-plus pound Golden Doodles, who I might add, are very cute and are for the most part good boys.  I feel I’ve earned bragging rights because I can take “Daboyz”, as I like to call them, for walks in my neighborhood and arrive home […]

We Lost a Kind, Caring, Wonderful Man- Al Owen

Al Owen was a musician’s musician. He was loved by the Sarasota/Bradenton performers and music fans alike. The Suncoast area musicians are a tight group who don’t see each other often but they rally together for all kinds of events to help the community whenever needed and Al was at many of these events. He […]

Acting Distant On The Suncoast

When a lifelong vision becomes a reality, it’s a big deal.  When it happens during a pandemic, then it’s a REALLY big deal. Just ask my incredibly talented friend, actor/writer/producer Carrie McQueen.  Born and raised in Canada, Carrie has always been a force to be reconned with.  She fell in love with acting when she […]

My Oh My Oh Maya

When is being considered a “select bitch” something to celebrate?  When your Champion Bichon Frisé takes home the ribbon in that category at the mack daddy of all canine competitions, The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show! “Daboyz” (my 2 goldendoodles) and I watch the prestigious event every year oohing and ahhing (and barking) at the […]

Paradise at Bearadise in Myakka, Florida

“I’m so rumbly in my tumbly”.  You could almost hear these famous words uttered by one of the most beloved characters of all time, but I assure you, there is no Pooh and we’re we not in the 100-acre wood.  We are, however, on a 15-acre sanctuary known as Bearadise Ranch in Myakka, Florida.  This […]

The Eagle Has Landed on the Florida Suncoast

In my recent experience photographing our abundant and diverse local wildlife, I’ve also had the good fortune of meeting an equally abundant and diverse array of humans.  They range in age from the very young to the shall we say “well-seasoned”, many with a laundry list of very impressive professional credentials.  With hopes of catching […]

When You Really Feel SMART

On this particular chilly, yes chilly, Florida day, I paid a visit to my old friend Rebecca Blitz, Executive Director at the Sarasota Manatee Association for Riding Therapy (SMART).  Located out east at 4640 CR 675 in Manatee County, the association provides therapeutic horse related programs including horseback riding, carriage driving and equine assisted activities […]

What’s On Suncoast? 1.22 – 1.29

The Suncoast Post asks, “What’s On, Suncoast?” Here are a few ideas for things to do around the area this week of January 22 – January 29, 2021! Acoustic Sunsets Acoustic Sunsets5401 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota, FL 34243 (Ca’ d’Zan Terrace) This socially distanced, outside event happening Monday evenings through the Spring features solo musicians […]

Animal Rescue Coalition – Pause For Paws

I think we can all agree that 2020 was a year we won’t soon forget and has brought about challenges we could never have imagined.  Every single person has been affected no matter what walk of life they come from. Personally, I can assure you that as an entertainer, I have really missed the audience […]

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