From the Editor

Letter From the Editor: Memorable People

Hilda is the mother of one of my oldest friends. She’s 93 and lives with Kathy and her family – and she has Alzheimer’s. When I was in my early 20s, Hilda was a petite, pretty, well-dressed woman with the sweetest smile that effectively disguised the no nonsense strength underneath.  Honestly, I was a little […]

Letter From the Editor: Showers and Succulents

While I was doing a big cleanup in my front yard last weekend, I realized that my little patch of ground has changed. For all the years I’ve lived there, it’s been very shady with only a few hours of morning sun to keep the hydrangeas and impatiens happy. I never got to plant zinnias […]

Letter From the Editor

By Leslie Moore

Letter From the Editor

Those of you who have been reading Sasee for a few years know how much I love my mother-in-law, Faye.  All of her sons and daughters in law feel the same way; Faye has a way of making everyone who knows her feel special. A few Sundays ago, I drove to Summerville for a visit […]

Letter From the Editor

By Leslie Moore

Letter From the Editor

I love home, always have. There really is no place I would rather be most of the time. Just saying the word brings me peace. The phrase, “introverted extrovert” describes me perfectly – one who loves people and enjoys company, but needs a lot of alone time to thrive.  Sitting on my screened porch in […]

Letter from the Editor

By Leslie Moore

After years of daily running, several minor, yet painful, injuries slowed me down. And then, a minor car accident last spring ground me completely to a halt. Except for my weekly yoga class and the occasional beach walk, I wasn’t exercising at all. And I could tell. Everything hurt. My energy level dropped along with […]

When my children were growing up, I tried to make Christmas picture perfect. I (over) decorated the tree and the house, baked tons of goodies, scheduled family nights watching Christmas movies and specials. We did every single holiday activity I could find to do. It was mostly fun, but it was also exhausting. And, it […]

Like most of you, reading is, and always has been, one of my greatest joys. I can remember being 8 or 9 years old and getting so excited when the library would get a new Pippi Longstocking book – I’d take the book, climb my favorite tree and spend the afternoon in another world – […]

Letter From the Editor

By Leslie Moore

Both of my children love music, led by their music-loving mother I’m sure. My daughter says she can remember hearing the sledge hammer beat of Led Zeppelin from her crib – that was my favorite house-cleaning music at the time. Our home had an eclectic playlist – along with Robert Plant’s soprano screams, Shawn grew […]

Growing up, I had a beautiful print of flying pelicans in my room and, still, so many years later, I can close my eyes and see those birds, instantly recalling the way this small piece of art made me feel. I never talked to my mother about how much that little print meant to me, […]

One of the things I love the most about my work with Sasee is meeting and interviewing new and interesting people each month. And August is one of my favorite months, because part of our focus is usually on companion animals. I’ve written about my rescued dogs and cats – and the many blessings they’ve brought […]

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