From the Editor

Our “Read It” column has been a favorite of Sasee readers ever since Lisa Hamilton began writing it. Her thoughtful book choices coupled with her insightful comments have all of us rushing to the book store or our e-reader. This month will be Lisa’s last column. Due to circumstances beyond her control, Lisa will be […]

Something is different in Sasee this month! As a special treat, we are pleased to highlight two very special men. Ted Watts is a local artist who crafts spectacular furniture, and Thom Avison spends his days making the lives of nursing home residents brighter and happier. Both men were such a pleasure to interview – […]

The Sasee staff is a small group, and we are all always very busy. But, we do take time to get together and celebrate the holidays, and each other, every year. Last December, we all brought a yummy treat and drove to a local nursing home for a special party with the residents and staff. […]

Fall in our community means football and festivals – there’s so much to do it is hard to choose! Everyone here has been preparing for the Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art, to be held the first two weeks of October. I hope you will all attend one or more of the events; we […]

How do you express yourself? There is a creative side to everyone, and this month, Sasee celebrates our originality and imagination – and introduces you to people who use their gifts to bring beauty and joy to our lives. Our “Southern Snaps” interview highlights the life of an incredible artist, Dixie Dugan, who has spent […]

August in South Carolina means heat, heat and more heat – interspersed with frequent afternoon thunderstorms. I love the dog days of summer, but I am glad to have air conditioning! This issue is all about friendship, and you’ll find plenty of fun essays and interviews highlighting the importance of friends – both old and […]

July is a month of celebration! We’ll celebrate our country’s birthday with fireworks, cookouts and trips to the beach. Parades, fireworks, lots of delicious food…all holiday traditions that become cherished memories passed down through the generations. I look forward to Pawleys Island’s hometown parade every year – followed by a trip to the beach to […]

Shopping can either be a joy or a chore – and a lot depends on who’s with you when you set out. Mostly, I’m a shop-for-what-I-need kind of person. I decide what I want, go get it and go home. But, when my friend Patty comes to the beach, I know it’s time for a […]

For many of us, whose mothers have passed on, Mother’s Day is a time to remember. My relationship with my mother was always one of respect and love, but I did spend a lot of time worrying about whether or not she approved of my life and the choices I had made. Before she died, […]

In this month’s “Women & Men Who Mean Business” feature, I asked business owners to tell me their favorite Easter or Passover memory. After hearing all the wonderful stories they had to tell, I thought about my own celebrations. I come from a traditional Southern home, and church was always a big part of our […]

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