I was sitting on the couch one day last week reading a book by Carl Hiassen when the woman I live with walked into the room. I stopped reading to look at her. I always do.
It was early, so she was still in her PJs. I noticed she was wearing the t-shirt inside out. As I slowly scanned my way down, I noticed the pajama bottoms she was wearing was also turned inside out. That’s new, I thought to myself.
Kudos to our friends at the Greater Greenville Mental Health Center for tackling the issue of childhood mental health.
A recent open house was a very successful combination of superheroes and brain-health awareness. This description is one of 8 items listed in the most recent SC MHC Newsletter:
By Brian Whitmore
Friendship and love.
These words mean a lot of different things to people. In our social media society, neither means much.
By BRIAN WHITMORE
It’s official, my family and I are enjoying the Yak Life.
The week of Easter, I purchased kayaks for the family and this past weekend was the maiden voyage, a trip to Boyd’s Mill Pond on both Saturday and Sunday.
It was a family adventure and we didn’t have to leave Laurens County.
We had a blast. My daughter, Lydia, really took to kayaking quickly.
Against my better judgment I did not work the evening of April 25 and the daytime of April 26.
It was not something I had planned, and when I was told I was going to miss work that Thursday night, I was a little annoyed. My faithful, but sometimes managing wife had planned something else.
During World War II, my daddy served in the US Navy and was stationed on an island in the Pacific Ocean. My father-in-law also served in the US Navy and was stationed on a ship in the Pacific.
Sometimes it feels like there is an all-out war on women in this country.
The City of Clinton recently received its own Mueller Report. In a manner of speaking.
Those paying attention will remember that reporters asked, repeatedly, how much it was going to cost to split the Department of Public Safety into separate police and fire departments.
Pass on what you have learned. Strength. Mastery. But weakness, folly, failure also. Yes, failure most of all. The greatest teacher, failure is. Luke, we are what they grow beyond.
– Yoda, Star Wars VIII – The Last Jedi (2017)