The governor told me to stand up for The National Anthem, so I did.
On Feb. 4, they played The Super Bowl. I proudly say, I watched it all. I was rooting for the Philadelphia Eagles.
How many times has this happened to you? You grab a pizza to go and, on the way to your car, you drop it. It falls out of the box, meaning the 3-second rule will not apply unless you enjoy eating asphalt. You go back inside the pizza establishment, angry, order and pay for another pizza.
“Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take.”
- Proverbs 3:6
The Power of the Crown is formidable. I have seen it.
If my favorite team in the world had to lose an ugly, embarrassing, home court, totally unnecessary game - coming in as the Defending National Champions, no less - well, at least it was to Wofford.
As 2018 dawns, a few things to reflect on:
Homeless, at Christmas. The thought is too dark for most of us to even contemplate.
At the start of each year, we journalists know the calendar has turned by the appearance of one event on our list of things to consider.
The SC Press Association’s Legislative Day comes around in early January, just after most of us are recovering from New Year’s Eve.
I have had occasions – probably close to 20 – in the last three months to closely observe and have some interaction with a whole bunch of medical professionals – doctors (I think they prefer to be called physicians), nurses, CNAs, therapists, lab techs, office managers, etc.