I’m taking part in the Alphabet Soup Challenge. It has nothing to do with Soup. It was just a funny name I made up to explain an event that requires bloggers to use every letter of the alphabet in random order to inspire daily posting You can read my other entries here. Today I’m using B… Read More Alphabet Soup Challenge-Book
A few months ago I wrote a post entitled “Three Funerals and a Wedding”. It was one of my most popular blogs. You can read it here. The wedding was in Panama in March. Layce was Justine’s very good friend and roommate and was away on a cruise with Benyi when Justine was killed in a… Read More Two Parties and a Thunderstorm
It’s interesting and frightening how different countries value safety. When we were in Panama a few weeks ago I came across this extremely dangerous fence when I nearly leaned against it to take a picture. Thankfully, someone saw the hole and corrosion and warned me in time. I’m not sure if you can appreciate the… Read More Fences and Gates
When we were in Panama City a few weeks ago we came across a shop making floats for parades. We wandered through the workshop and out the back where we were fascinated to see many old characters missing limbs, heads and other body parts. My husband, Greg found one old armless gal he liked. … Read More Gravesite For Floats
I have had a busy month. My grandson turned one on March 14 and we had a big family party here for him. Two days later we boarded a plane for Panama to spend a week in the sun and attend Layce and Benyi’s Wedding. You can see pictures of the beautiful wedding here. March was… Read More Where Did March Go?
When we arrived at our resort in Panama we noticed that the units were three story walk-ups. As we made the long trek to our complex with our suitcases I was hoping we were assigned a ground floor room. Nope! We got one on the top floor. I reasoned that this was likely a good… Read More 97 Stairs
I attended a beautiful beach wedding on Saturday. You can read why it was so special Here and here. Layce and Benyi met at the resort where the wedding was held. She is Canadian and he is from Panama. They live in Panama City now.
Yesterday, I had the honour of witnessing stunning beach wedding. I wrote about it yesterday. You can read that here. It was a very special day. Justine was remembered and missed. You can see more pictures here.
A few months ago I posted about a happy event that we had been invited to. It was Layce and Benyi’s wedding. You can read about that here.We’ve come a very long way to celebrate with Layce and Benyi. It’s something I’ve been looking forward to for months and I can hardly believe the day has… Read More Tonight is the Wedding!