Here and There

columbus-ohio-map-290As you may already know, my husband’s health has been declining these past few years and we have decided to pull up stakes in Vero Beach and move closer to the family in Ohio. We will be moving to a suburb of Columbus Ohio called New Albany at the end of February.

This is not goodbye, it’s just to inform you all that I will be here and there- here with Bea-isms and there with family.

You will still be hearing from me on a regular basis – on Bea-isms and Facebook.

This week has been hectic and I realized that I did not do a good job keeping up with all that is happening around town on Bea-isms so – as a catch up I am posting last week’s radio spot.

Stay tuned for yesterday’s radio spot and an article to go with it. BTW, there may be some of you who will cheer, thinking that finally Bea Gardner the Blogger will go away, be shut down or quieted up but I don’t think that will be the case. Since most government meetings are on the internet for my easy access and because I have a network of folks that keep me informed I will still be keeping my ear to the ground. I anticipate Bea-isms to be as interesting as always and in some cases even more so.

  1. Cedric says:

    Bea, Good luck to you and your husband. I am sure you not miss a beat where ever you are.

  2. Cathy Katrovitz says:

    It makes me sad because this play called life has such a bountiful cast of interesting characters. Knowing a couple of them are striking out to the next plateau – away from the current stage set – gives me pause. In the background of my mind, I am hearing Barbra singing Memories…..we have had some joy and laughter while moving from Act 1 forward to the final curtain. We didn’t always see eye-to-eye, but oh heck, I will miss you, Bea.

    • Bea-isms says:

      Likewise Cathy – for sure. But, it is never goodbye – especially in this technological age. We are only apart in the physical sense what with cell phones and internet and Facebook etc. etc.

      The good news is I will not have to get up close and personal with a few of the cast of characters that I write about.

      We will stay in touch but it sure was fun trying to remember whose turn it was to buy breakfast, huh?

      • Cathy Katrovitz says:

        Yes, Bea, and I’d be delighted to pick up the tab if you can fit me in to your busy schedule. And it was fun “being joined at the hip” with you as some believed we were. You’re right about being able to stay in touch via technology. Am holding you to it. I have an announcement to make – I joined the UU Fellowship back near the end of last year. I joined their choir (Heaven help them) this week. It’s going to be interesting I think….and should help keep me out of trouble. Big hugs to you both.

  3. savannah,ga says:

    Bea, I wished we could have met in person. I will pray for your situation.

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