The senior nurse (Phyllis Malpas), who manages our Endoscopy department at the Medical University where I work, is the incoming President of the SGNA, the Society for Gastrointestinal Nurses and Associates in USA. Kudos to her and a tribute to her leadership talents. She is making a video for her presidential address, and asked me, […]
We enjoyed hosting Marion and Linda Wier from Augusta for the weekend. Dewees was blooming, and even the gators were sunbathing. More unusual and very exciting, we have bald eagles nesting near the impoundment. Our regular golf match with the Wiers was close, despite Linda scoring a (net) double
Sorry for radio silence. We were at a surgical meeting in Miami Beach, which consists of lots of tall buildings, like our hotel Eden roc hotel and many people speaking Spanish. Weather good and some nice seafood restaurants Golf a little disappointing (as usual), but the course had some amazing trees
Spring is in the air (as is the pollen from the trees). Warm weather (over 80F a few days ago) and plenty of rain (more than 3 inches over the weekend) will surely stimulate some growth. The azaleas in the canoe are blooming, and we have 2 figs growing on the deck!
Grandy and I just spent 3 days in Montreal, the second biggest city in Canada (after Toronto). It is in the province called Quebec, on the eastern side of the country, based on an island in the St Laurence river, which stretches from Lake Ontario to the Ocean. It was very cold, with fresh snow.
We Christened our new ferry yesterday at the Dewees Island Marina in rather unusual (but needed) rain. It has lots of room on top (for when the sun shines), a cabin with heating/air conditioning, more space for luggage carts, and a flat screen TV monitor to show announcemnents of upcoming events. Reggie Fairchild give some
This “blog” is for our very special grandchildren: Alexandra, Charlotte and Isobelle Cotton; Perdita and Jack Richardson; Arrie B and Holly Mac Bowden; Benjamin Bakerand his son, our great-grandson, Zayden Baker. We are somewhat separated geograpically, so I hope this can keep us closer together. Lets start with some comments about the pictures in the