Mission accomplished! The piece I wrote about Kalinago Culture and History was the 100th article posted on Ti Domnik Tales blog. I have now realized my original objective with this significant posting about an important cultural aspect of Dominica. When I created this blog in March 2012, I was not sure how far I would get in terms of the number of published posts. But as you can see, the fascinating topics about the Nature Island are virtually endless!
Therefore, I will continue to write about my experiences on Dominica, as there is much more terrain to cover! Postings may be more sporadic though, as I am turning my attention to my other blog which has been dormant for a while.
During the summer of 2014, I will be posting on: www.canarygal.wordpress.com
My Canary Gal blog focuses on environmental health issues and personal experiences related to living with this challenge. In fact, I moved to Dominica so that I could better manage this increasingly common condition. Watch for my travel diary as I spend a little time in” my home and native land” – as this Canary flies north for a few weeks.
I will post the introductory paragraphs on this blog for a short time only with a link to each complete piece on Canary Gal. I do hope you will be able to join me (vicariously) for some Canadian summer fun and adventure. If you are curious about what happens next while I am “home,” kindly click the ‘follow’ box which you will find midway down the right hand side of the page.
I would be remiss if I did not renew heartfelt thanks to my immediate and extended family, friends near and far, faithful “followers’ (close to 100!) those who ‘like” me (almost 90!) and/or particular pieces, the people who care to share a comment or two and the thousands of interested readers from around the world. Your continued support means a great deal, and helps to keep me motivated to write about the wonderful experiences that form part of my life on Dominica, the Nature Island.