On the road…

My travels continued… just 5 days after returning from San Francisco I headed to Ft Lauderdale, FL with my two girls, Ruthy and Naava.  They are 11 years apart and an exact imprint of each other.   We had the beautiful weather and relaxed poolside and beachside.  A week after Ft Lauderdale I went to Atlanta, GA for my nephews wedding, got snowed in and had to stay an extra day.  My near future travels include California, Toronto – Canada and Chicago.  If you’re interested in booking me in any of those cities contact me by email.

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The luckiest Mom in the world… ME… with my girls.

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Why would anyone EVER leave this?

Dini Groner6Catching the waves

Fun ice cream store, Serendipty.

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So quaint, the decor in the ice cream store. (I SPY)

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Really… have a cookie 😉

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On the Ft Lauderdale boardwalk.

I miss Blogging

I cannot believe I let so much time go without blogging.  I’ve been traveling a lot.  I’ll be updating you over the next couple of days.

These images are from my trip to San Francisco in January.  My husband had to be there for business and so he invited me to keep him company.  It also allowed us to celebrate his birthday,  a very special milestone.  We got to see San Francisco under very grey cloudy skies, it drizzled most of the time but not enough to ruin the trip.  It was my first visit to the San Fran and it is a terrific city.  We stayed in Nob Hill and got to use the cable cars and walked a lot.  We also made it up to Napa Valley and visited the Hagafen vineyards.

All these were taken by my new handy pocket camera – I don’t like to be burdened by heavy equipment when traveling for pleasure.


Hagafen vineyards, Napa Valley


The view from outside.


At the San Francisco, MOMA.  This is from a brochure the Red Cross Arts & Skill Program.


“Please solve me”, I love this… I’m a work in progress myself 🙂


Seeing the whole ‘picture’.


I go to museums for inspiration, this is by Beatriz Milhaze, a colorful Brazilian artist.


I truly wish I knew who did this, I usually take a snapshot of the artist info and I didn’t.  This is 2 photographs woven together, creating this gorgeous, complicated montage.


It rained most of the time.