Find Me in Florida Again.

Welcome to Florida during another one of balmy Winter seasons! This is the season where we enjoy balmy Florida sunsets and sunrises, depending on which side of the state you are on. Weather during December, January, Feb., and March is 40s at night, and 60s and 70s during the day. Residents steer clear of crowded Themeparks during the holidays. We have sense. Don't say we didn't warn you. This is not summertime. Ask a resident how we live here. Answers will be various yet the same. Life is different here than "up north" or "out west". Enjoy the gifts of God, we do!Forget about what you should do and just live and try not to be rigid. The sun is shining. Look up and smile. We do.

Light blogging this weekend until I take a vid on how far my house is to the beach. Here are few thoughts before the next winter cold front.

Possible future blog entries for this weekend and the rest of the week.

1.  Questioning why something is the way it is.

2.   Why I cannot write about what is going on in two school systems?

3.  The Cubans and the Cuban embargo ending.  Let me think more on this one before typing something only halfway.

4.   O I would love to write about something else, but let me think more about that one too.

5.  A real observation evening reacting to how I live here.  I may use my vid cam corder for that one.

6.  How I should not be afraid to write what is true?

7.  Why don’t people go to college in the Tampa Bay area?  What is the real reason?  Let us delve into the attitudes of local ignorance.   Trust me,  after what we are going to do soon,  I think I can speak volumes for that one.

8.  What people really think of us here?  I am going to maybe survey outside the Catholic blogville that no one reads anyhow.

9.  Why I would actually go back into journalism before going back and getting my doctoral degree.

10.   Maybe I should tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth about friends and southern and northern food,  the good,  the bad and the outright ugly!  I do not usually eat black eyed peas on New Year’s Day.  It is no big deal.  I would rather eat pickled herring and drink bubbly.

I guess that is what you get from being from New York and living in Tampa Bay.

11. Just how far is my house from the beach?   You would be very surprised.

Author: findmeinfloridaagain

I am a middle aged lady who is married 16 years. I grew up here in the Tampa Bay area. I am from NYC and LongIsland. I met my Chicago husband here. We have many adventures here and consider most viewpoints and love dialogue on all topics. Dialogue brings understanding and understanding brings hope.

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