Author Archive: Cyndi Jones

Pirate Jokes

In honor of Shrimp Festival, we bring you the following Pirate Jokes plundered directly from www.Piratejokes.net.

Pomp and Circumstance

Pomp and Circumstance, this commencement ceremony is a major event and transition point for students.

Fernandina Ghost Tours

This is a perfect time of the year to take a trolley ride on Polly the Trolley for the Fernandina Ghost Tour.

Love What you Do

Life is too short to spend two-thirds of your waking hours in an environment that you do not enjoy.

Send a Letter

With social networking, email and text messaging, society is losing the warmth associated with the art of the written letter.

Spring Has Sprung in Northeast Florida

After a long hard winter, it seems that spring has finally sprung in Northeast Florida! The trees are budding, the flowers are blooming, and spring is in the air!

Take a Vacation

Taking a vacation, even a short one, is a great way to recharge your battery to regain the energy needed to tackle life head-on.

Making it Bacon

Pigs provide yummy foods, but many people in the world are strictly forbidden from consuming pork or pork products.

Avoid the Snow

I moved to northeast Florida from the state of Washington in 1995, and although I have taken many trips, I have managed to avoid seeing snow for the past 15 years.

New Credit Card Laws are Now in Effect

The second part of the new credit card laws went into effect on February 22; these changes are part of the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009.

Hoggetowne Medieval Faire

For the past two weekends, the Alachua County Fairgrounds in Gainesville, FL, has been transformed into the sixteenth century kingdom known as the Hoggetowne Medieval Faire.

Job Search Can be Successful

Creating a cover letter and resume helps you get your foot in the door, but it is also important to distinguish yourself from other job applicants.

Census 2010

Beginning in March, the Census Bureau will mail forms to every residence in the United States and Puerto Rico. Counting all of the people is a monumental task that is conducted every 10 years.