I do a lot of stuff, but this was different.
A young boy said to his friend, “My mom is serious about going green. She is stocking up on broccoli, limas, green beans and Brussels sprouts.”
It all started when I began to clean out my refrigerator.
Did you stop what you were doing this weekend and honor our fallen heroes?
Indian Land Middle School has once again been designated as a National School to Watch!
Anybody who has been a mother knows the ins and outs of taking care of a sick child, but a husband might just be a bigger challenge.
Mother’s Day started 150 years ago when Anna Jarvis organized a day to raise awareness of poor health conditions in her community. She called it “Mothers Work Day.”
Wednesday was a beautiful day to be outside. Add a ribbon cutting and some 521 BBQ at Walnut Creek’s new park, and you had paradise right here in Indian Land.
My friend Marilyn Tims invited us to an anniversary celebration at her church. Not just any anniversary, but the 115th celebration at Gold Hill African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church in Indian Land.
April is Child Abuse Awareness month and it is a very important issue to all of us.
Americans say spring cleaning is an annual ritual. In fact, 62 percent of us say that, according to a research study.
Steele Hill Community Partners, Inc., started a new tradition in Indian Land, a fundraiser honoring four natives who made a significant difference in our community through their professions and community service. Fred Witherspoon, director and event organizer, hopes that this will be an annual affair.
This Side Up
Everyone needs a little green, especially if it’s in the shape of shamrocks or leprechauns!
I have a major case of cabin fever, but I do have a plan to get out of that mind set. I am looking through vegetable seed catalogs and have decided I am going to have my own vegetable garden for the first time.