I can spend hours watching the gorillas at the San Diego Zoo! I do! With my Keeper's Club Pass, I get to visit both the San Diego Zoo and the Safari Park on a regular basis. More about membership levels HERE Each time I visit either park, I like to observe what happening with the … Continue reading In Awe of Gorillas…at the San Diego Zoo!
Thank you for listening to our launch of the 'SJF Buzz' Podcast at SJF Communications! And now... Welcome to the 'SJF Buzz' Episode 2 Podcast! Have a listen! The Poem: Night Shift by Susan J. Farese, MSN, RN Future episodes will include interviews with interesting guests! We'll explore different career paths, learn about people from other … Continue reading SJF Buzz – Episode 2 – Tribute Poem to Nurses – ‘Night Shift’
By Susan J. Farese, SJF Communications I am a former Navy and Army Nurse (Major) with both masters and bachelors degrees in Nursing, as well as a creative veteran artist with past and present experience in a variety of the creative arts. From dance lessons as a young child into my teens, drama/theatre and chorus … Continue reading BR McDonald Interviews Susan Farese – Veteran Artist Program Podcast Episode 36
By Susan J. Farese SJF Communications We are thrilled to share this interview with equity Broadway performer Devon Hadsell, who plays Caitlyn Caussin in the ensemble of the Broadway mega hit - "Mean Girls"! Devon is also a principal role understudy (Gretchen, Mrs. Heron/Ms. Norbury/Mrs. George). She made her principal debut as Gretchen on July 24th. I have … Continue reading Meet Devon Hadsell – the ‘Kind’ Mean Girl on Broadway
By Susan J. Farese, SJF Communications When was the last time that you 'unplugged' from your devices and appreciated or partook in 'nature'? If your answer was today, this week, recently etc. - No worries...but if there's a gap...there's definitely hope! In this interview, you will 'virtually' meet SJF Communications' clients Sebastian Slovin and Sonya … Continue reading Interview: Nature Unplugged Owners Sebastian Slovin & Sonya Mohamed
Yet another fun afternoon of fun and adventure at the world famous San Diego Zoo - thanks to my Keeper's Club Pass. This time I enjoyed the day with my Goddaughter Caroline, and her one of her best friends, Tori! We spent several hours enjoying the weather, scenery, botanical treasures and of course phenomenal animal … Continue reading Fun at the San Diego Zoo…and Then Some!!
Note from Susan J. Farese, SJF Communications: Delaney Heil is my Mentee in the Aztec Mentor Program at San Diego State University (SDSU). An Honors Program Student, Delaney is studying Public Relations, Advertising and Applied Communication and is Minoring in Biology. This interview was part of Delaney's PR assignment and as her Mentor I wanted … Continue reading Guest Post: Delaney Heil Interviews Susan J. Farese, SJF Communications
My husband and I recently thoroughly enjoyed an afternoon at Santee Lakes. We walked around several of the lakes for fitness and I did some incredible bird watching! Here's a short video: More Links for Santee Lakes: Browse the Bird List! Check out photos of the Wildlife! Find out more about the Park!, Perhaps go Fishing!, Stay overnight … Continue reading Video: A Bird Watching Visit to Santee Lakes (San Diego, California)
I am spoiled! Living so close to the beach is one thing, but even better is the fact that we're near Torrey Pines State Beach! Torrey Pines State Beach is located between La Jolla and Del Mar, California and approximately 1.5 miles West of Interstate 5 at Carmel Valley Road in San Diego. Here is a cool … Continue reading Torrey Pines State Beach: Dolphins & Sandpipers & Pelicans…Oh My!
A poem and some photos from today's fitness walk at Torrey Pines State Beach! 'Mother Nature Evokes'! by Susan J. Farese, SJF Communications Art in Nature! Nature as Art! Captured with my lens -Doing my part I acknowledge, respect and document And sprinkle emotional sentiment! It magnifies the magnificence It clarifies the significance And … Continue reading A Poem & Artistic ‘Finds’ at Torrey Pines State Beach