It has been 15 years since I have been on a Greyhound bus and after this past weekend, I remember why.
I'm going to preface this column with a statement, a disclosure, if you will, so that all of you know where I stand and know where I'm coming from before you read any further: I am a Tiger fan.
Recently I met someone locally who found out I am a published novelist and they expounded on how that has been their life's ambition, and all I can say is …So you want to be a writer? Are you sure about that?
My little brother is getting married this weekend, and I can't seem to wrap my head around the fact that he's all grown up.
The brave men and women who have worn our nation's uniform deserve our honor and our kept promises. South Carolina's approximately 400,000 veterans rely on the services provided by the Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center in Columbia,...
School letting out for the summer meant one thing to me growing up — spending two weeks at my grandmother's house in Pennsylvania. It was easily the highlight of my year.
I met Sam Wyche at the most recent Rotary meeting in Easley and it was a true pleasure as a football fan and former player.
With football season just around the corner, things are beginning to get a little crazy around my house. I'm not much of a college fan myself, but my husband, John, is a die-hard Carolina Gamecocks fan. And I do mean die-hard.
I think I became a cynic about people when I reached an age when life just didn't have the magic it once held and I discovered that people are just out for themselves and nothing more. Yes, I do know there are some genuine people out there. It...