Almost four months ago many of My Coastal World followers were left wondering what changes would be taking place after reading “Changing Course”, October 19, 2019. The wait is over. My first thought was to say goodbye and allow the website to disappear in May 2020. Then over the past few months several new readers … Continue reading Full speed ahead
On a cold, blustery night I made my way to the warm and cozy Rialto Theater in downtown Aransas Pass to watch John Bishop’s Musical Comedy Murders of 1940.
Followers: Where have you been?
My Coastal World: Working on a new road map to follow.
With Tropical Storm Fernand in the southwest Gulf of Mexico, 30 shrimpers have sought safe harbor in Conn Brown Harbor in Aransas Pass.
Certain occasions cause us to remember details and our reactions as though they just occurred. Harvey is one of those events with unending accounts…those who evacuated, those who rode it out, those who were miles inland, those who were unexpectedly flooded, those who lost everything, those who volunteered their help, those who still are trying to recover…
In the subtropical Gulf Coast, summer days can become quite oppressive which may bring about a lackadaisical attitude. So, take a brief pause, sip an icy beverage and relax with a fan set on high while you experience what Joy Beth is sharing in the following verse selections.
The 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season is here! June 1 was the official beginning date but there have not been any tropical developments yet as June ends. Those who lived in the path of Hurricane Harvey in the North Bay area in 2017 know the devastation caused by the winds, storm surge, tornadoes and flooding and may have adjusted their personal evacuation plans as a result.
As the summer season begins in the Coastal Bend, the school year is completed and families begin to plan trips and special activities to enjoy together. This year a Rialto Theater production of the musical, A Year with Frog and Toad, can be added to that list.
As April ends so does Parkinson’s Awareness month. My Coastal World is pleased to welcome a guest author, Johnny Parky. Johnny Parky is known to others who have a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease as a poet, DJ Johnny on Radio Parkies_uk and a humorous writer. Living in Leeds, United Kingdom with his family, Parky’s writings include many British terms and style of humor.
Here is another collection of poetry by Joy Beth. She shares her personal thoughts and feelings as she lives her daily life and reflects on humanity.