Valentine’s Day #50, Still Single

Another Valentine's Day has arrived and soon to follow my 51st Birthday. I am reminded of my single status once again. Growing up as a young girl marriage was very much a part of your future. So much so, if you were not married by the time you turned 40 you were considered an old... Continue Reading →

Coming Out…of the Kitchen

I was in ballet by 3 years old, beauty pagents by 14 and modeling from 15 till I became pregnant at 19. Kindergarten to the day I graduated high school I was bullied by my peers. At home, I was yelled at by the man who raised me when anyone honked their horn, whistled or... Continue Reading →

Mister Chicken

I live on Grand Cayman where seeing chickens wander is as common as seeing squirrels hunting for nuts on a fall day in New England, if not more so. It is not uncommon to see them wandering around in grocery store parking lots, restaurant grounds or though the streets of Georgetown. Tourists find them to... Continue Reading →

Emergency Room Logic

This past week I had the unfortunate event of being bitten by a dog. 7 punctures, 3 of them fairly deep. I was required to return to the emergency room for an IV for 2 days after the bite. In which of course I did. They wanted me to return for another bandage change, but... Continue Reading →

Days like today….

Days like today... I wish I didn't exist. Not a suicidal thought. Just a thought passing through my mind. It has been almost four months since I worked regularly. Three months since I received a paycheck. Friends I thought I had are no longer. Days like today I ask myself what the fuck and why?... Continue Reading →

Meet Miss Food Police

Miss Food Police's mission is to share how I transformed my attitude with food and how what I eat has taught me the importance of a real whole food lifestyle. My overall health would not be what it is today without this awareness. As a woman whose earliest memory of having an eating disorder was... Continue Reading →

Good Morning Kalani…

I woke up to an array of bright and exquisite colors this morning after arriving to the magical sound of coqui frogs and the dark of night, nothing could have prepared me for the incredible beauty that filled my eyes and heart. The grounds are full of trees, flowers and other plants. Everything is so... Continue Reading →

You’re not drinking???

Worldwide, drinking alcohol was the seventh-leading risk factor for early death in 2016, accounting for about 2 percent of deaths in women and 7 percent of deaths in men. For people ages 15 to 49, alcohol consumption was tied to 4 percent of deaths for women and 12 percent for men in 2016. With that... Continue Reading →

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