There are some inevitable facts associated with living in Wakulla County and, for that matter, north Florida. For natives and long-time residents these facts seem obvious.
For more recent transplants there is an epiphany when the apparent ... READ MORE
This week’s pleasant and noticeably cooler morning are the first official notice summer 2013 days are coming to a close. There are still hot humid days left in the year, but there number is dwindling as the hours of sunlight gradually shorten ... READ MORE
One person’s trash is another person’s treasure, or so the old saying goes. This is the rationalization used to justify frequent visits to the flea market or garage sales early Saturday morning.
There are some acquisitions which defy ... READ MORE
While driving around Wakulla County this summer it was easy to notice a display of pink puffs erupting in low-growing trees along the roadside. A closer look will reveal the attractive ferny foliage and delicately beautiful pink-and-white ... READ MORE
A close working relationship is a great experience. It encourages and allows for the accomplishment of deeds beyond the abilities of a single individual.
Whether called teamwork, unit integrity or a symbiotic relationship, the accomplishments ... READ MORE
Contemporary life has a frenetic pace. Deeds, task, and jobs all pile in at a feverish and accelerating frequency.
Even the laconic late summer days no longer allow for the reduction of this manic rate of demands. The rapidity of ... READ MORE
Green Living Expo Re-Visited
Yes, the rumor that is circulating in the county is correct? The Green Living Expo will be held again. After a few years of not holding the event, a committee is forming to re-launch it in celebration of ... READ MORE
Passion is a curious concept. It combines intensity and desire, in its purest sense, to create an obsessive need. There is, figuratively and literally, a fine and not always obvious line between passion and irrationality.
Poets throughout ... READ MORE
The good news is the rains have come. There is plenty of water for Wakulla County’s lawns, gardens, ponds, swamps and the aquifer.
Citizens who are dependent upon a residential well are breathing a collective sigh of relief as the water ... READ MORE