Enjoy a scenic walk through beautiful North East, Maryland. At the tip of the Chesapeake Bay, this quiet waterfront town has all the charm and personality you’d expect from such a darling place.
Start at the marina and take some time here to silence your phones so you can focus on each other. Keep the phone handy for pictures and your check-ins here only.
As you leave the marina, notice the beautiful deck on the Nauti Goose and keep it in mind for your walk back.
Entering the park, notice the beautiful waterfront and pier on your left. Spend some time snuggling here, sitting on the dock of the bay. While you’re in the park, take a picture at the point, it’s the best view in North East.
Leaving the park, make a left on Walnut Street for the waterfront view and the shade you’ll find as you stroll this quant little road off Main Street.
Your first stop is for coffee at the Chesapeake Bay Coffee Company, and on your way check out the adorable “dollhouse” home and the gorgeous landscaping the North East residents and businesses have decorated Main Street with. If you brought a book, take some time to enjoy it while you take a rest under the beautiful trees at the coffee shop.
After coffee, check out Kathy’s Corner Shop. You will not be disappointed.
This post is nearly 3 years late, but better late than never, right? I honestly haven’t been ready to tackle this topic until now, and it’s not the easiest to discuss even now, 3 years later. However, it’s necessary, so here goes…
With the help of my friends at the Breast Health Center and some amazing ladies in my life, we took the first step in effecting change in our community: group mammogram scheduling, aka Mammo Month. The event was fun and the staff at the Breast Health Center were so helpful with our coordination efforts.
Our community feels strongly that knowledge is power and we understand that the more we know, and the earlier we know it, the more empowered we’ll be to make important decisions.
What’s more important than our health, our collective health, as a community, as a country, as a whole for the Lessons Learned we’re leaving the next generation?
Let’s show them how we can collaborate, communicate, and effect change…one statistic at a time…
Solution: Mammo Month is a thing!!!
August 8, 2017…found a lump…
August 26, 2017…received our diagnosis…
February 9, 2018…last radiation…active treatment ended…the whole family rejoiced…
as of 03.24.2020…Feb 9, 2019 was 774 days ago…774 days of a cancer-free life…2 yrs cancer-free…let’s effect a change in these statistics!
Statute 27-1001has not “provided Maryland’s insurance consumers with an important consumer protection, which serves to encourage insurance companies to value and adjust claims in a fair and timely manner.”
Valuation disputes are not mandatory, as the 2008 report to the General Assembly indicates. Some can be avoided with clear, concise, and considerate communication.
Statute 27-1001 does not provide “strong deterrence against insurance companies making offers below policy limits when the damages incurred clearly meet or exceed those limits.”
Decision Rendered: Per the Maryland Insurance Administration, Nationwide Insurance acted in GOOD FAITH
The MIA has definitely gone MIA when it comes to effective and efficient communication. Let’s review some examples…
Here’s an example of Nationwide’s Noise infiltrating the state of Maryland’s complaint logs, logs that you would expect to be a representation of facts, not myths.
They deflected from the facts like a power hungry group of teenage bullies who couldn’t risk coming down on the wrong side of the insurers.
To the team at The National Trial Lawyers, thank you for putting the severity of this issue into perspective…we, the people, are more than statistics. There’s a face and a family behind every one of these ugly stats.
This is an issue of national security because Americans, many of us, are unsafe right now because corporate oligarchies are oppressing us, making decisions on our behalf, and uprooting our lives.
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