If you’re a cancer patient, there’s a milestone moment when you realize your doctor is no longer trying to save your life, simply extend your life. That moment came for me a few weeks ago when Dr. David Ellison, chief of Oncology for Roper St.
I am sick and tired of being sick. Two weeks ago today I felt that little tickle in my nose. You know the one. The one that says you’re about to get a cold. Yeah, that one. I felt it coming on and wondered which hand I shook that picked up the
Being in the Allendale-Fairfax Tiger Band taught me musicianship, discipline, time management, leadership and everything I knew about sex in high school, which was not as much as you think. While sweaty football players piled back on a yellow
We did not hear a cell phone ring for a week. We spent quality time together. We ate relentlessly. We dined finely. We rode tubes through dark caves. We hitched a zip line through a rain forest. We sunned on sandy beaches. We heard the weather
Write Charleston is a series of readings and writing workshops at our new home at the historic Circular Congregational Church, 150 Meeting St. downtown Charleston, SC. All readings and workshops are open to both LILA members and the General