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Hating the Sound of My Voice

Let me tell you, being part of Women Who Live on Rocks has been absolutely wonderful so far! I've had the chance to meet so many amazing women from all over the world. I've learned a lot about what island life is like for others and how we all share many things in...

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The Quirks of the Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands are a cluster of 3 islands with 3 different personalities; Little Cayman for those who want to unplug, Cayman Brac for those who want to visit the Bluff, and Grand Cayman for accountants, partiers, cruise ships, beaches and everything in between....

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Finding St. John

A little over two months ago, my husband and I moved ourselves and our two children (ages 9 and 6), from the comfort of the only lives we have ever known in the Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati area to a tiny island in the Caribbean.   While I could go on and on (and on...

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I Want to Age Like Sea Glass

I want to age like sea glass, Smoothed by tides, but not broken. I want my hard edges to soften. I want to ride the waves and go with the flow. I want to catch a wave and let it carry me to where I belong. I want to be picked up and held gently by those who delight in...

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A Tale of Two Arubas Part II

   Where was I? Oh, yes...2005. The Eagles mocked me with ‘No More Cloudy Days’ during my cab ride home from the airport, on a decidedly cloudy day, ‘Harry Potter and Half-Blood Prince’ was waiting (rather unmagically dust-encrusted) to be read and there were...

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