My Journey With Nature


my journey blog

My journey blog is a compilation of my writings, my music, and my education. Some of my stories are ones I remember from my past working in the field as an ecologist in South Florida, others are about influential figures who affected my journey. I reflect upon nature for inner peace and to remain connected to the living world. You will also find that I write fun stories about plants and animals, that are informative and amusing all in the same.

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My Legacy is My Journey

The life and career I have led has inspired me to keep giving, keep motivating and keep sharing. My journey has been remarkably fulfilling, so I’ve decided that I want to spend my retirement writing and offering uplifting stories from my past and from my love for nature. Come along as I share stories from my own youth and career that I hope will motivate and inspire you, too.

My career and education as a biologist, ecologist, before I went to work for NASA as an engineer are a part of what prompted me to start writing. I have a deep love for our planet and all living things. My mind is filled with so much useful information, I hope my thoughts are interesting enough to motivate or inspire you to have your own connection with plants and animals. Many of my stories are from my fieldwork in South Florida back in the '70s and '80s. I hope my experience inspires others to learn more about our delicate ecosystems. Our earth is changing so dramatically. I have a strong desire to share my connection with Mother Earth.

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Stories for Our Youth

I love to write, especially about nature's most precious gifts, plants, and animals. In my blog, I continue to draft fun stories about different living things I encounter on a daily basis. Retirement has slowed me down, but it will never keep me from telling our young people light-hearted information about nature I think younger folks will love. My music and stories are meant to be motivating, so we humans can remain connected with our Mother Earth. This is a part of my legacy and my journey -- I wish to share with everyone.