If you were raised by a Southern mama, you know certain things. Manners are a must, sit up straight, and Sunday is the Lord’s day, just to name a few.
The Wine Before the Storm
I’m writing this well in advance of publication, so I hope we’re not dealing with a catastrophic hurricane as you read this—or any time, for that matter.
The Bigger Picture
My kids will never understand how truly cool it was to have a pager in middle school, how the card catalog worked, or the importance of getting the picture on the first shot in order to cons
No Place Like Home
I give my house a thorough cleaning when I host guests, have parties, and when I find something vile lurking within a cabinet.
Moonlight and Roses
The candles burned brightly from the polished candelabras on the altar of the historic church on Savannah’s Chippewa Square, setting the faces of friends and family aglow with anticipation
There are those among us who take great pleasure in rising to meet the day. Eyes crinkled with joy, these people embrace the morning with a smile on their face and a song in their heart.
Kids These Days-Me, Myself and Middle Age
My late thirties were stupid. Maybe yours were, too.
Life & Faith-Choosing to Cheat
“If something doesn’t change soon, our marriage is over!”
Have you ever heard these words from your spouse? I have, and it jolted me quickly to reality.