A journey of discovery through photography and life
Friday, May 28, 2010
DOING WELL AND DOING GOOD
This week was a very good week, and I'm doing very well. A chance remark at a meeting attended by a state legislator may lead to protecting schoolchildren from exposures to dust, lead and asbestos during school renovations. An assignment to escort an out-of-state visitor may lead to making more information on health and environmental effects available to her state. Earlier in the week, meeting with medical librarians from around the country may enable them to find better information on environmental health for them and their patrons.
I touched a lot of lives this week, and did a lot of good.
Betty Dabney is an award-winning photographer. She retired at the end of 2010 and moved to Boquete, Panama with her three dogs. In October 2011 she returned to her home town, San Antonio, Texas, and is now recording her reverse culture shock and other bits of wit and wisdom.
You can view some of her photographs at www.bettydabney.com. Check out her new books, "Small Moments of Beauty" and "Visions", at Lulu.com or amazon.com.
See my friend Emily's blog at Boquetecoffee.com.
You can now buy note cards, posters, mouse pads, T-shirts, iPhone covers, etc of some of my photographs at www.zazzle.com/bettydabney.