I know about Wedding Planners. They even made a movie about one of them.
My mother had a small head. I know that because I’m wearing her floppy sun hat. I’m wearing her floppy sun hat because she left it to me when she …
It’s a universal truth that whenever we gather socially, food is a big part of the celebration – and that celebration’s success.
I love my husband, and he loves me. But there are things about him—and men in general—that leave me stumped.
We in South Carolina like to think of ourselves as caring and generous people – willing to give our time and money to help our fellow man. This is how we see ourselves.
If you were to look for parallels across history to compare with the next 600 words you are about to read, upon reflection I’ve come up with one: Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.
A tribute to our young humanitarians
We are fast approaching the end of the 2013-2014 legislative session in the South Carolina General Assembly and much work remains. In the next few weeks the Senate will begin debate on the state budget.
April is touted in song as the month that brings us showers. In Summerville it was “showers of blessings” this month as 473 conscientious volunteers, 25 sponsors and 23 organizations joined hands for the Third Annual Summerville Cares Day of Service. They undertook projects at Colonial Dorchester, Gregg Middle School, the Coastal Center, Eagle …
YMCA says thank you after festival success
We’ve all heard the saying, Don’t bite the hand that feeds you. How about, Don’t gnaw the face that loves you?
I only have one sister. But when you have one like Cynthia, you don’t need to have anymore. We’ve been best friends, soul mates and frequent lunch partners for decades. We’d do anything for each other. But it wasn’t always that way.
It’s National Library Week! Go kiss a librarian. Or not--s/he might not appreciate being smooched at the circulation desk. Maybe we should take them cupcakes. Or hug it out. Or both.
Elizabeth Bennett, Jane Eyre and Scarlett O’Hara all carried reticules. These small, pouch-like bags were often made of net, beaded, closed and carried by drawstrings. In those days they contained such things as snuff-boxes, a sweet note or love letter known as a billet-doux, handkerchiefs, fans, prayer-books, and bon-bons.