Happy Veterans Day

Camp Lejeune, North Carolina 2018 First and foremost, let me begin with HAPPY VETERANS DAY. To the men and women who are currently serving in the U.S. military and those who are a military veteran, THANK YOU. Thank you for sacrificing your life to protect others, for believing in our nation, for being brave, standing…

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Mischief Night

Mischief Night, October 2018 Twas’ the night before Halloween, and all through the house, mischief was stirring in and under the devils’ blouse.  Her horns were growing with precision and care,  in hopes that tricks, not treats would be there.  The ghosts were ghoulish, the monsters tucked under the beds, while visions of horror danced…

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Top Five Travel List

Travel dreaming… I’ve had a list, since I can remember, of countries that I NEED to visit. (Not want to, like most people, but countries that I WILL visit).  Whether it’s in my head, or on paper, I am always thinking about the next destination of travel. As I sit and reminisce on my travels…

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Photography and Life

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina USA It’s been a looong time. I’ll openly admit it…I’ve been MIB. Missing. In. Blogging. It has been an intensely busy past few months; full of progress, self discovery, and of course, TRAVEL! Let’s start with the progress. I am officially a business owner! I took the leap of faith, drove…

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Conch Shack VS Bugaloo’s (Turks and Caicos)

March 2018–Turks and Caicos Islands When traveling to Turks and Caicos, there are two popular restaurants that the tourists and locals alike rave about. So of course, those two restaurants were on my radar for a few reasons. I LOVE seafood. I’m on an island where the seafood is caught fresh, daily. I’m always open…

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Turks and Caicos on a Budget

March 2018–Turks and Caicos Islands Let’s be honest, coming to Turks and Caicos on a budget is difficult, but it is definitely doable. It’s by far the most expensive Caribbean Island I’ve visited, but it also takes my reward for the most stunning Caribbean Island I’ve explored. I recently spent four nights in Providenciales, the…

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