Nest Building Time!

Nest Building Time! »

There’s a pair of brown, tail-flicking Carolina wrens in my window box with beaks filled with dried leaves from the flower pots. They’ve Read more…

A Winter Walk

A Winter Walk »

Gather some friends for a winter walk. Before you head out to look into the wonders of winter, set out the mugs and Read more…

Have a Holly Jolly Christmas

Have a Holly Jolly Christmas »

Holly leaves and berries are linked with Christmas. In some parts of Britain holly was formerly referred to merely as Christmas, and in Read more…

You Know They Are Coming, So Bake a Cake

You Know They Are Coming, So Bake a Cake »

A promise is a promise. If I receive a blue or red ribbon, I will share my Orange Pumpkin Cake recipe with my Read more…

A Chill is in the Air – We are off to the Fair! »

Late September for three days, artists’ cars are loaded with two art pieces and delivered to the Fine Arts Division in the Cantey Read more…

Too Many Birthdays »

If you have ever had the luxury of watching the sands in an hour glass, you see that near the end Read more…

Watermelon Time »

Go to the South Carolina Farmer’s Market and buy a big watermelon. If it is too much to eat make lemonade and Read more…

A Patch of Clover »

Growing Little Green Thumbs                                                                     by                                                                                                                                                                         Ruby Haydock-DeLoach

A Patch of Clover

“I’m looking over a four-leaf clover I overlooked before. Read more…

May Is Strawberry Picking Time »

In South Carolina we are so blessed to have local farmers growing fresh, vine ripe strawberries. Strawberries are like tomatoes in Read more…

Penny Pinching Perfect Plans to Grow Green Thumbs »

Readers ask, “How do you get a new idea each month for an article?” I really do not spend time thinking about what Read more…