Eddie Two Hawks

returning soon


59 thoughts on “YES!

  1. It’s so great to see your smoke signals as well as the beauty from your gardens.

    Friends here in the cloud forest told me of a ‘freak’ windstorm that once did a lot of damage to their dragonfruit farm. They were surprised later when the plants produced a bumper crop. Perhaps your gardens will explode into regeneration and reward you with an extra-special display of flowers!

    • As you say this Lisa just this morning I walked through the gardens and saw flowers poking their heads out looking
      as beautiful as ever. The one above is one of them.
      Have a beautiful day dear friend

  2. I was looking through my reader yesterday and was trying to see if you had posted anything that didn’t come to my email. I was starting to be concerned about how hard you were hit. The news makes everything sound like it’s devastated. We have no way of knowing how widespread the damage is in fact. I know you have probably had a lot to deal with and that you are still among us is very good news indeed. Thanks for letting us know.

    • It is 11 years since Wilma, the last hurricane to pass our way. This one brought heavy rain and wind that there was water and surge everywhere around us. We stayed dry and safe huddled in our house, thank goodness. Trees down everywhere means seemingly endless work. Piles at the road grow larger.

  3. We lucked-out! We’re down to having the Florida room roof fixed and we’ll be all back together in one piece!! Only went 4 days without power.

  4. So happy to see your blog once more in my reader. Sending positive energy to your family and community as it rebuilds and heals.

    love, Linda

  5. Oh, yay!! I’ve been thinking about you lately, hoping all was beginning to settle, and that you and yours made it through safely. Sending you mich love for your rebuilding efforts!

  6. Been sending all things and thoughts your way! So happy your and your loved ones are safe…big hugs and love to you Eddie from Saskatchewan 🤓💫💙 smiles hedy

  7. So glad you are back. Perhaps not a rebuild but refinement and expansion of perspectives of one’s true self. Glad your safe. Sending good jou jou for a peaceful mind, and open heart and physical health.

your kind word is always welcome

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Rolandomio Travel

Travel Blog - Travel with me around the world; the way is the destination - Buen Camino!

Soul Gatherings

Spiritual Moments in the Human Experience

Big Dreams for a Tiny Garden

courtyard garden reflections

Art Gowns

The Art of Glamorous Fantasy

The Learning Prophet

Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Nature, Spirtuality


A medium of expression

Voices from the Margins

A welcoming space for resistance to the forces of oppression and hegemony.

Savvy Raj

Live Life Lovingly!

Mark Your Steps

Staying foolish and hungry

Silently Smouldering Words

Poetry and things like that

Photos by Donna

Birds and Wildlife Photography


thoughts from my mind to yours


An apprentice near a temple will recite the scriptures untaught.

Travel With Photografey


The Lantern Room

Enlightenment Through Photography


Smile Always

Find Your Middle Ground

"Life is a series of highs and lows. Be grateful for the highs. Be graceful in the lows. Enjoy life fully and find contentment in your Middle Ground" Val Boyko


braila vazuta prin ochii mei

Africa Zwelibanzi

The Poetry Monarch.

Cheche Winnie

Writing is human communication tool and it brings out the real personality in you as a person.


Healing on the path of learning


Relationships, Words of Hope and Inspiration, Empowerment

%d bloggers like this: