I spent Martin Luther King, Jr., Day speaking at a luncheon meeting of the Ladies Beach Club at Pass A Grille in St. Petersburg, Florida. It was great fun to be with such lovely, intelligent women. Then, I went home and watched St. Pete’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Parade from my house as it passed by. I look forward to watching this parade every year.
Speaking to the Ladies Beach Club at Pass A Grille on Monday at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club.
I was most honored to be one of this year’s recipients of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Leadership Award, which is sponsored by The Shenandoah Valley Hit newspaper. Since I am wintering in sunny, warm Florida, Bonnie Stump, Curator of the P. Buckley Moss Museum, attended the awards ceremony this past Sunday and accepted the award on my behalf.
I am most honored to be a 2013 recipient of The Shenandoah Valley Hit’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Leadership Award.
After seeing pictures of my son-in-law’s car, I am so glad to be in Florida this time of year. Not even the award could tempt me to come up. During last week’s snowstorm in Virginia, trees came down near my daughter Mary’s house, and her husband Kerry’s car was a casualty.
My son-in-law’s car was a casualty of last week’s snowstorm.
A couple months ago I did a pre-taped radio interview with Virginia Public Radio, and I just received word that it aired last week. We’ve been given permission to reproduce it in our newsletter; so, if you would like to listen to it, please click here.
I’m still walking with friends every day; and, the more I walk, the better I feel. I have lots of creative energy for my studio, and life is good!