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Suzanne’s Latest Presentation; Kayaking with Pelicans; Cartless and Mateless?

On Thursday evening, Suzanne gave her latest presentation, “Making the Connection, Learning to Attune to Higher Consciousness”to the Healthy, Wealthy and Wise Club at Seabreeze Recreation Center here in The Villages. She concentrated on some of the remarkable evidence she has received in readings and on our recent trip to Sedona. About 160 people attended her talk, and it was very well received. She will give this presentation again on Monday, April 15th from 1:00-3:00 at Bacall Rec Center and Sunday April 21, 2:00 – 4:00 PM, at the Ocala Inner Center. See Suzanne’s web site, www.LoveAtTheCenter.comfor more information.  

We are avid kayakers. We splashed our boats in a nearby lake and enjoyed our first day of warm weather in weeks. It was wonderful getting away from the noise and traffic that seems to collect even in The Villages on a holiday weekend. 

While I was watching the fish and keeping a wary eye out for snakes and alligators, My Lovely Bride was fascinated with these lily pads, many of which had little drops of water that seemed to have been placed by an artist. 

We make a good team; I take care of practical stuff, and she works on the spiritual and artistic side. Let’s see, I get water moccasins and gators, she gets angels and pretty water lilies… well, whatever works.

We watched a large flock of white pelicans circle overhead and land on a grassy island. We didn’t want to disturb them, and took this shot with a long telephoto lens through the foliage. 

Not every day can have profound revelations about the human condition. Some days are, well, “just so-so”… not boring, but not filled with moments like when you ask your wife to stand on a rock overhanging a 2,000-foot drop to the rocks below, like this photo from Dead Horse Canyon State Park, which one of our readers asked us to repeat. (I’m still paying for that one…)

One relatively mundane thing about The Villages is the ubiquitous golf cart. Everyone has a golf cart. Well, that’s not exactly true. We do not have a golf cart, but we are the only people we know here that are “cartless”. I asked Corvette Chick one day if she would like to give up her red ‘Vette for a golf cart. She guffawed. She said that if we don’t play golf, why do we need a golf cart? (Good question…) I often look at other people’s carts. Anyway, to wrap up this rambling story, I saw one cart the other day with the owner’s name on the front. Vinny is obviously looking for a mate, but the right gal hasn’t made it onto the hood yet. (I’m not sure that sounds quite appropriate…)  

1 Comment

  • Jennifer
    Posted March 31, 2013 at 6:43 pm

    When I clicked on the photo of Suzanne giving her lecture I could not help but notice the beautiful waves and sunset in the background. The waves almost looked like they were up to the doors…

    Just beautiful and your Kayak is quite pretty too!


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