Clint and I were married in the Turks and Caicos 12 years ago. We were on the beach in Grace Bay, Providenciales, to be more precise. For the past week Sapodilla Bay, not far from our wedding beach, has been our home. Being here again (it’s been 10 years since our last visit) has… Continue reading Why do these things always happen in the middle of the night??
There are myriad ways to sail the waters of our good mother. For every body of water or path of wind there is a broad vein of information to be mined for that perfect piece of advice to get you through without problem. The difficulty with all that information is figuring out whether the nugget… Continue reading How to Pass the Time in a Deathtrap
If you've read some of my previous posts you know that I consider myself truly blessed in life. Many amazing things have come my direction, my latest way of life as case in point. While I try to maintain my awe and appreciation of the grace in my life, please know that I don't… Continue reading What the Buddha Taught About Laundry
My name is Erin and my daughters are pole dancers. There's no way to deny it. It's something I encourage. It seems to make them happy. It's good exercise. And they're pretty good at it. The rigging on our boat has something called a baby stay. It's a thick metal line that runs inside of… Continue reading Why Pole Dancing Doesn’t Pay
This story comes again from Clint. It's pure Clint! I used to play a game with kids called “Who are you?” The concept is to ask an individual one simple question over and over many times. When asked “Who are you?” the first few times, kids, and adults, act silly and come up with crazy… Continue reading What is a MarVyn?