A special place

"If I take the wings of the morning, and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea, it is a special place where I spend my afternoon."

Tuesday, October 2, 2012


    If you don't already know my husband, John, it's time you meet him He plays a big part in my island life and he'll be here soon. So he's sure to be in posts to come. He's come to love St.George Island as much as I do. And although he doesn't spend as much time here as I do, he gets the most out of every day.

Life's full of surprises!
     So let me try to give you some insight into his character and show you, with pictures, how he completes my life on the island.

John's first racehorse, "Dave" is born
Going to the races is one of his favorite pastimes
    John was born and raised in the capital city of Kentucky, so Kentucky's the place he'll always call home. But he'll be the first to tell you that life is too short for cold weather. So when the days get cold and it's twenty shades of gray in the bluegrass state, he's island bound.

     There's no doubt our lifestyle is unique. He likes to spend his summers in Kentucky and he's getting to be a regular in Brazil. (He's even learning to speak Portuguese!) So when he gets to the island, we make the most of our time together.

   These .pictures can tell you a lot about John. He's an animal lover. They'll follow him anywhere! And he loves the outdoors.
   Those are just are just a couple of  qualities that sparked my interest. He makes me laugh and  my life is brighter with him in it  He captured my heart  thirty-two years ago and the rest is history.

  So I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. They really are worth a thousand words! I know I'll never have a better friend..

          With John the sky is the limit.

So keep dancin' honey,and you'll never grow old.



  I'm blessed to be sharing my life with such a wonderful guy.

1 comment:

  1. Awww, those are great! So happy you have each other. I still don't 'get' your whole living arrangement, but hey, if it works for you, it works for me!
    I think I've only met John once and that was at Betsy's funeral. I look forward to meeting him during a happier time.