Readers, after my memorable trip to Australia, I felt compelled to add a newly improved header/background with some of the breathtaking sites that I saw while traveling.
The background is a sunset photo taken on my hike to the lighthouse in Byron Bay, New South Wales – the most eastern point of Australia. The header photo is a pre-sunset shot taken on a sunset cruise in Port Douglas, Queensland.
I look forward to sharing more photos with you very shortly!
To my loyal readers: after a brief hiatus, I am back! While everyone may not celebrate the Jewish holidays of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, I would like to wish you all a very happy, healthy & sweet New Year! … Continue reading
Another month, another photo! Apologies for the delay… But it was a hot, clear summer day and the trees are looking more vibrant and fruitful than ever so far! And let’s not forget the great view of the Flatiron Building! No where else but New York…!
For a person who endured asthma in the hey day of teenage sporting activities, it’s taken 26 years to actually enjoy the sport of jogging! While I am still a beginner and only jogging two miles at the time, I … Continue reading
I just stumbled on this page from my Facebook Newsfeed (guilty, some of my best research comes from what other people post on their pages!) But, this comes at a convenient time as we remember the anniversary of my friend, Shana Kay, who passed away seven years from this past Tuesday, July 3.
This NY Times spread, The Lives They Loved, gave readers an opportunity to send images and descriptions of family & friends who have passed this year. The site shares about 300 images of individuals we lost this year along with a sentiment from close friends & family members.
Sometimes, it’s the short & simple lines that make the biggest impact:
My mother’s smile, she will always be the lighthouse that lights up my life.
Submitted by Serena Longo
This page proves to be a sentimental and significant piece of work that I hope NY Times will continue to create.
Shana, we miss you always and will never forget you.
…and now we have May flowers!
Always & forever… AKF, you will always be missed.
Taken on Friday, June 1st 10:30PM EST on Fulton Street