From the Editor

There’s a restaurant in a rural part of Georgetown County, about halfway between Georgetown and Hemmingway, which serves huge helpings of delicious home-cooked, southern food. You really have to know where it is to eat there. They don’t advertise, nor do they have a sign. It’s in the middle of nowhere. But, it’s packed every […]

Putting together this issue was so much fun for me. Green is my favorite color, and there are so many “green” things I love: the good feeling I get when I separate my trash and take it to the recycling center, those bright green shoots that peek out from the dead-looking branches of my hydrangeas […]

Our community is fortunate to have many talented musicians and access to numerous high-quality, professional performances, such as the Long Bay Symphony, CCU’s diverse cultural offerings, the FPC Concert Series and, of course, the Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art. Held in the fall, this spectacular festival brings us world class musicians like Barrage, […]

Throughout my life I have had strong, confident women around me – my mother, whose unconditional love I could always count on, my kind and gentle mother-in-law, Faye, whose faith both inspires and humbles me, my friends Marcia and Gail, who walked with me through my dark valley of despair after my husband died, (Gail […]

Lately I’ve found that gratitude is a very powerful way to improve my life. Upon the suggestion of a friend I started keeping a gratitude journal, and every day I write at least five things that I’m grateful for. At first, it was really hard to do, but gradually I’ve come to look forward to […]

I love Halloween. It’s such a great excuse to dress up in some outlandish outfit and eat a lot of chocolate. When my children were small, I would dress up with them for a night of trick-or-treating. Most of the time I was the only mom parading through the neighborhood in costume, but I never […]

Last month I interviewed Vernie Dove, a man who loves to read Sasee. Since then, I’ve heard from quite a few male readers and have enjoyed their comments. But, once in awhile I receive a very special letter. One of those was a note from Bob Akanewich. He wrote to thank us for the theme […]

As the editor of Sasee, I have had the opportunity to interview quite a few fascinating women (and a couple of men). They have allowed me to tell their stories and opened up the doors of their lives to all of our readers. Some of their stories have been extremely painful, but not one of […]

My husband and I have started kayaking in the creeks near Black River. We both love being near and in the water, but this has been a new experience for me, as I have always spent much more time around the ocean and salt marshes. We launch the kayaks into a swamp filled with towering […]

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