Archive for August 2013

The Elephant Parade Party

blog and photos by Robyn Wyman-Dill

I have some encouraging news.  The downsizing of elephant populations – due to sinking habitats and poaching – has set in motion an international call for action. We hope in the nick of time.   Read the rest of this entry »

The Elephant Parade

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The Upside of Ukelele Music Addendum

Note to Reader,

Our apologies for posting the rough instead of revised copy of our blog “The Upside to Ukelele Music”. The corrected copy has been posted to the site now and can be accessed at rwjdcreative/blog.

Thank you.

The Upside of Ukelele Music

Blog by Robyn Wyman-Dill

 

Photos courtesy of www.taimane.com and jakeshimabukuro.com

 

Like water, happiness is a natural resource.  Vital to the health and well-being of life. Poets like to say it makes the heart sing.  Causing a warmth to well up inside you.   For example…

 

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Mount Olympus Delicious – Mountain Valley Spring Water

blog by Robyn Wyman-Dill

Not all waters are created equal.  In fact, the bulk of premium waters competing for our attention are pedestrian at best – when measured by purity and good taste. Sourced from rivers, streams, lakes, underground rivers and wells, their once pristine fountainheads have diminished rapidly from an already finite supply.(It is estimated that fresh drinking water makes up only .27% of the water found on earth.)  Due to the spread of pollution.  Whereas spring or moving water that bubbles up to the surface naturally – with a reputation for being exceptional –  has become an even smaller portion of the earth’s reservoir size.  Which means a good quality water with superior purity, quality and taste is getting harder and harder to find…with one exception.  Mountain Valley Spring Water

 

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Welcome Aboard the Catalina Express

blog and photos by Robyn Wyman-dill

 

I’ve been doing a little astral projecting. Using travelogue programs as guides.  Unencumbered by airports or the rigors of long distance travel, it allows me to island-hop through Greek Isles in the space of an hour. If only I could travel that easily in an awake state.  But, if I look to the West where the sun sets, Santa Catalina, one of eight island wonders off the coast of southern California, is just 22 miles away.   Read the rest of this entry »