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... and freshwater mixed together and this is the water they drank all their lives. From that Ponce de Leon figured it was why the Indians lived such long lives. That's how it became known as the "Fountain Of Youth." We all joked about drinking the water from the fountain of youth to become young once again are to stay young but we all wanted a taste of that water and so we did drink and we got some to take home. The important thing is, we saw ...
... a phone call from granddaughter Chandra, thank you Chandra that was so sweet of you to check on me to make sure that I'm doing okay. I'm having a lot of fun and I love you.
At noon time we arrived in Tallahassee Florida to visit a museum and to have lunch. When we arrived at the museum we discovered that most of it was closed so we ate lunch there and then we went to the state capital. What can I say about the state capital it's tall but it looks ...
... I'll be updating this blog as often as possible and suspect I'll be writing more after leaving Parana and am traveling solo. There's plenty to talk about but will try not to bore you all. If you want to hear more about anything or see more pictures, I'll be happy to bore you on a one on one basis when I get back :) Thats all for now; I'm planning to write again in the new year before I leave Parana for BA. 12/31 Happy New Year's ...
Sometimes When it Rains it Pours. On a bright sunny day, I do pretty well keeping my attitude positive and balancing the “cancer” treatment needs and side effects with my regular activities. Then, last Saturday afternoon, September 6, 2014 my Mother, Beverly Stein Goldstein died unexpectedly in Florida. http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/timesu nion/obituary.aspx?n=beverly-stein-gold stein&pid=172392276
A few hours later, Mark and I left for Jacksonville. ...