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The Moolongz have now colonized earth. They are everywhere. This is a colony at Niles Beach in Gloucester. Whenever the Moolongz encounter a human that cannot see or hear them, they hover around that person, intently focusing these thoughts at them:
“You are a unique and unrepeatable miracle of creation, possessing all the power within you needed to create the most amazing version of your life that you can imagine. Have no doubts or fear; just know you were born for greatness, love, joy and every good thing your heart desires. Know it, believe it, be it, share it.”
The Moolongz are there beside you, loving you, encouraging you, and patiently waiting for the day when they hear you say:
“I see Moolongz”.
Can you see Moolongz?
Yesterday Our Twin BJ and Amanda celebrated their Sweet Sixteen Birthday! The day was AWESOME from start to finish! We spent the afternoon in Boston for a “Surprise Lunch” at The Top Of The Hub. Cousin Alison Ciaramitaro snuck up to our table at The Top Of The Hub to wish BJ & Amanda a Happy Birthday in person, she completely surprised BJ & Amanda. Their faces were priceless, …You Rock & we Love you! Then Uncle Joey successfully kidnapped and entertained the Birthday kids, so Barry & I could get to Niles Beach to be a part of the “ Big Surprise” with our family and friends. Thank You to all who helped pull off the Sunset Beach Surprise Party, My Mother Pat, BFF Dee Erwin Noble, Katelyn Foley, Craig Kimberley Brook & Barry Hallete, and Michele Donovan, For helping my mother set up at the beach. Thank you to all our Friends & Family from near and far for making BJ & Amanda feel special on their Sweet 16 Birthday! … We thank you all from the bottom of our hearts for all your love and support, we are truly blessed to have you all in our lives… BJ & Amanda were completely surprised, and had a wonderful day!
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Moolongz become very sad when they encounter humans who are not evolved enough to see or hear them, which is why they have decided to remain on Earth, to help humans evolve and become the joyful, fulfilled, abundant beings they were created to be. Soon many humans will begin to say: “I See Moolongz”, which Moolongz will be overjoyed to hear. Can you see Moolongz?
Everywhere I traveled today, it was hard not to notice Rosa rugosa dazzling in bloom, not only becasue it is so pretty, but because of its welcome fragrance. That sublime combination of salty sea air and sweet roses beckons us to live everyday of our fleeting New England summer to the fullest.
Wishing Everyone the Happiest of All Summer Days Yet to Come!
Niles Beach Rosa rugosa
Thank you to Dawn and Michelle for inviting me to stay and have a bite of Esme’s wonderful luau birthday feast. John and Dawn prepared the most yummy pulled pork, served on Mandy’s homemade potato rolls, and guests contributed super delicious accompaniments, including the best bean salad, homemade, crunchy coleslaw, and Nicole Duckworth’s to-die-for death-by-chocolate cake.
Friendships, Family, Food, and Pure Fun~ what a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon!
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At Niles Beach this morning, 5/31/14
1. Jimmy and Laurel Tarantino
2. Elin DiAngelo and Mike Frontiera
1. Bye – Thomas Beaton and Tyler Edmonds
1. Bye – Amanda Palazzola and Lindsey Rogers
Over 50 (wish it were over 75 :)
1. Lenny Billante and Jay Prince
2. Jeff Muise and Tom Conrad
3. Alex Thomas and Donny Favaloro
Seniors (Open) Two heats, runoff Monday
1. Rob Morrissey and Joe Cominelli
2. Jimmy Tarantino and Tom Jarvis
3. Joe Sanfillipo and Mark Duval
4. Mike Harmon and John Scola
1. Mike Mitchell and Vito Giacalone
2. Nick and Chris Giacalone
3. Dylan and Alan Morrissey
4. Jerry Ciaramitaro and Billy Edmonds
The Gloucester International Dory Racing Committee will be holding dory races this Saturday May 31st at Niles beach to establish which US teams will face the teams from Canada in this year’s International races (to be held Saturday, June 21st10AM at the Jodrey State Fish Pier). Teams will compete in 5 categories: Junior Men (18 & under), Mixed Doubles, Women Open, Masters (New 50 & over), and Men Open. With many teams practicing this Spring, this year’s elimination races should offer some competitive and exciting races. Competitors must sign up to compete tonight at St. Peter’s Square (downtown Gloucester ) at 6PM or email reply before 6PM. Members and the general public can best watch the races on Saturday morning from Niles Beach in East Gloucester . I hope you can take some time to come down and participate or watch our modern day competition of the historic art of dory rowing in America ’s Oldest Seaport.