While people up north might think of Florida as a vacation getaway, those of us who live here understand that our state is one of the top ten in the nation in terms of agricultural production.
Though Florida did not experience devastation as a result of SuperStorm Sandy, the Sunshine State is no stranger to natural disasters and severe weather. When Mother Nature is cruel rather than kind, property can be damaged, people can be injured and pets can be left stranded.
There's an interesting legal dispute over a will far up the Atlantic coast from Lee County.
His side of the story: He was living in a trailer park when a widow asked him to move in with her and help manage her property. The woman later repeatedly asked him to marry her. He declined until she'd been incapacitated by strokes.