Final WPC – All-Time Favorites

Goodbye Weekly Photo Challenge.  Thanks to the WordPress team for all the support and  guidance on this photo blogging journey.  The many friendships of fellow bloggers you helped create.  Thanks for all the memories.   My All-Time Favorites From WPC - Place In The World and Reflections  Watching the boats come in at sunset - … Continue reading Final WPC – All-Time Favorites

Have You Ever Noticed How The Golden Girls Aren’t So Golden Anymore?

Years ago, when I was much younger, my Mother used to watch The Golden Girls and on occasion I would watch along.  The show was always appealing, quite funny and I always like Betty White, and the combination of the four ladies together worked perfectly to produce a decent, entertaining show.  However, they were Golden Girls after all, certainly suited for … Continue reading Have You Ever Noticed How The Golden Girls Aren’t So Golden Anymore?

Random Things I’ve Learned From My Teenager

Definition of teenage : between 13 and 19 years old : relating to people who are between 13 and 19 years old :  of, being, or relating to people in their teens Source: Merriam-Websters Learner's Dictionary As this definition is true, it says nothing of the teenager themselves.  It certainly does not prepare you for … Continue reading Random Things I’ve Learned From My Teenager

My son, the triathlete…

This is an amazing story of sadness and joy. One persons story of triumph over tragedy. May God Bless this young man and his family. ❤

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo


You may know my son’s story. For once, I have no problem repeating it for those who do not. I have a very good reason for it that I have been bursting to share!

In 2009 my son was 25… a good looking, successful young man with a fast car, nice apartment near the coast and a very promising career. That ended on July 4th when he was left for dead in a Bournemouth alley, stabbed through the brain in an unprovoked attack.

2009 before the attack 2009 before the attack

I have written before of the terror of the next days as he underwent brain surgery to remove the shards of shattered bone from the left hemisphere of his brain. I have told of the weeks of heartache as we waited to see if he would live or die, while his brain bled and swelled, causing further damage to the brain stem itself…

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Memoirs of a Dater – Chapter Two

It has been awhile since I wrote about  "tall, dark, handsome and never going to commit" aka Prince Charming.  I suppose in some ways I don't want to finish the story ...after all this time, now, is it really worth sitting down and putting the experience into words?  Does it really matter anymore?  But then again ... if one … Continue reading Memoirs of a Dater – Chapter Two

Memoirs of a Dater – Chapter One

At the time of my divorce, I was living in Austin, Texas.  Looking back now, there was no better place to be after a break.  Austin has so much to offer,  so many things to do and places to go.  Anyone at any age can find a multitude of things happening at any given time in Austin.  It was not to … Continue reading Memoirs of a Dater – Chapter One