Another scorcher in New Smyrna Beach and across Central Florida
NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- After spending most of Saturday in bed with this stomach pain over the last few days, drove up to Flagler Avenue to get a glimpse of Cinco de Mayo and just as I thought: An adult crowd partying it up.
I returned home an hour later and after editing and posting new blogs for Mike Visconti who wrote about Michelle Obama and Ellen Darden with a strong read on race, I was weak again and had a hard time sleeping.
I'm going to try and get some rest today. It's supposed to be another scorcher here in New Smyrna Beach and across Central Florida with highs in the low 90s and a slight chance of thunderstorms. We could definitely use the rain with the threat of wild fires. I hope I'm feeling better later in the day because I have a lot of fresh content to put up. Right now, though, I need to try and get some much needed sleep.
I'll have a new segment for "Show Me the Money: New Smyrna Beach," a fresh blog and some new election stories. Plus we'll have new blogs from Cheyenne Drews and Shira Beth Wild.
Have a nice day and God bless.
About the Blogger
Henry Frederick is editor/publisher of Headline Surfer, Florida's first 24/7 Internet newspaper, launched April 7, 2008 in New Smyrna Beach, and accessed via HeadlineSurfer.com, NSBNews.net & VolusiaNews.net. Headline Surfer is a registered trademark of NSB News LLC. Frederick was the top winner in the 2012 Florida Press Club contest: 1st place for Blog Writing & 3rd place each for General News Writing, Public Safety Reporting & Best Online Presence (with social media). He's received 18 major journalism awards as a breaking news, investigative reporter & city editor for daily newspapers in Florida, Massachusetts, New York & Connecticut since the mid-1980s.
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