“Life is either a daring adventure
or nothing. Security does not exist
in nature, nor do the children
of men as a whole
experience it. Avoiding
danger is no safer in the long
run than exposure.”
Helen Keller


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Barb’s Blog

  • Safe
    “There but for the grace of God go I.” We escaped the ravages of Ian by fleeing to Georgia on Tuesday morning. We planned to hunker down and stay home until three things happened. First, it occurred to me that staying proved nothing, and eating canned meat while melting from the heat when the power went out sounded wholly unattractive. Second, because of the creek behind our house, we are level B evacuation in case […]
  • Getting Closer
    The spectacular beauty of Norway, mystical Stonehenge and seeing King Lear at the Globe theatre in London were a few of the highlights. The architecture in Spain inspired me to get out my paints, which I will soon. Windmills in the Netherlands, the medieval town of Bruges and a return to Honfleur in France rounded out the trip.
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