Favorite shows to stream in 2021…

Happy 2021! We’re off to a bit of a bumpy start so I thought I would share some of my favorite streaming obsessions that have gotten my husband and me through some pretty serious homebound situations. When we ran out of things to say to each other and were sick of being in the house, these clever and entertaining shows helped us escape. Netflix Bridgerton … Continue reading Favorite shows to stream in 2021…

Inauguration Day: Did You Know?

Inauguration day, January 20, 2021 I had a different blog post ready for today but when I realized my post about favorite shows to stream was scheduled to run on Inauguration Day, well, it seemed a little anti-climactic. Instead, I decided to dig up some Inauguration Day trivia to share… Our first president, George Washington, was inaugurated in New York at Federal Hall on April … Continue reading Inauguration Day: Did You Know?

Saying farewell to 2020 with thankfulness and grace…

I was in church a few weeks ago. It was the first time I’d been to mass since before Covid and it was a different experience, wearing masks and socially distancing, trying to come together as a church community when the very nature of this virus demands separation. I started thinking about all COVID has taken from us, all the ways it’s demanded we stop … Continue reading Saying farewell to 2020 with thankfulness and grace…

A Procrastinator’s Guide to the Weekend

Hi Columbia and happy Friday! Who’s ready for the weekend?!?! Not me. Well, yes, I am. I’m ready for two days of beautiful weather and no work but I don’t have anything planned and am planning on winging it for the next 48 hours. If you’re like me, enjoy the Procrastinator’s Guide to the Weekend – Saturday Soda City Market (9-1) downtown on Main Street … Continue reading A Procrastinator’s Guide to the Weekend

Small Town Saturdays in the South

I love a back road, a small town, a meandering drive to places off the beaten path. Since COVID, we’ve started packing the kids in the car to explore. It gives us a change of scene, an activity, and air conditioning (which was desperately necessary in SC over the summer). We circumvent I-77, we bypass I-26, and we avoid I-20. Instead, we set out on … Continue reading Small Town Saturdays in the South