Go Surfing 4 Your Soul Mate
Queen of Crime is Still Knocking Them Dead
A Continuation of the January 2008 article
One Small Piece of Paper - One Giant Step in Getting Your Money Back
Pink invites you to look your very best this holiday season.
Turn Your Interest Into Investments
Think you’ve got nothing to wear to that cocktail party coming up in a few days? Step inside your closet and think again! It’s time to put a little spin on your holiday wardrobe and come up with a remix of festive favorites. Steal the spotlight with a new twist on the classics.
Here are a few tips to put the punch back in your party clothes by giving them a shot of new life:
Think unexpected No, you don’t have to don a green gown and flip flops like model Elle Macpherson did at a gala museum event
Local Saved by Blood Donation
Christine McElroy has a story to tell. And it’s not your typical baby delivery tale, comparing notes with other mothers who have lived through the agony of labor. Christine has a harrowing story. When delivering her first child, almost three years ago, she nearly died when her uterus tore, resulting in severe internal bleeding that required emergency surgery.
Through her faith in God, a loving family, a medical staff she describes as “amazing,” and the largesse of the Blood Alliance, Christine made a full recovery.
Things You May Not Know About the Holiday...
Christmas is probably the holiday that is looked forward to the most. All year long, children dream of the treasures that will be under the tree Christmas morning and adults look forward to finding the perfect gift that will generate wide smiles on the face of loved ones. From childhood memories of Christmases past to creating traditions of your own, Christmas is a magical time of gathering, feasting and gift giving. Most people know about
–“Prepare to leave this book a changed person. It will rev you up to not only be grateful for what you have, but also to dare to live, and not be just content with what you have. Absolutely life-altering.” -Kirsten Stewart, HHI
Just like you, author Ann Voskamp hungers to live her one life well. Forget the bucket lists that have us escaping our everyday lives for exotic experiences. “How,” Ann wondered, “do we find joy in the midst of deadlines, debt, drama, and daily duties? What does the Christ-life really look like when your days are gritty, long and sometimes even dark? How is God even here?”
Fill Daryl Hall's House
The field includes fifteen others, including Nirvana, LL Cool J and Linda Ronstadt. Half of those nominated have been nominated before. For the second year, fans also can vote at rockhall.com and the top five fan favorites will count as one vote, in addition to the votes of 600 artists, music industry professionals and historians. Inductees will be announced this month, and there will be a ceremony held in April that is scheduled to be televised in May.
Until recently, even ‘70s icon Hall’s biggest fans might not have known of his passion for things other than blue-eyed soul. The man, though, is a first-class foodie...
n old town Bluffton, nestled among the natural beauty of the Lowcountry, history flirts with the vibrant and new. Every Thursday on Calhoun Street, from 2:00 to 7:00 P.M., locals and tourists alike gather to browse and purchase the freshest, locally grown fare, from fruits and vegetables, to flowers and herbs.
Ranking as the number one Farmer’s Market in South Carolina, the Bluffton Farmers Market is really more than just the phenomenal produce it boasts week after week. It also offers delicious prepared food, live entertainment, educational programs and an opportunity to make new acquaintances, as well as visit with old friends.
Agriculturally based and open year round, the Bluffton Farmers Market’s vendors change weekly, depending on what crops are in season...
The Lowcountry Celebrates
December in the Lowcountry brings on a flurry of holiday activity and the denouement of our entertaining season. Welcome to the whirlwind of the holidays: those last minute dashes to the store for gifts, cocktail parties as we deck the halls, and the sounds of jingle bells ringing in the cold winter air.
The treasured demeanor of our...
About the Artist
This month’s cover art is entitled “Frankly My Dear...”
Tempers, tantrums, spoils of desires...Games fought and lost in the name of fashion. But spite can drive the battle farther. To sate
sweet Scarlet’s raging passion.
Meet this month’s cover artist, Jacqui Faye. Born in San Antonio, Texas, Jacqui is a self-taught portrait artist and contemporary painter, who primarily works in acrylics on canvas or linen. As a child, Jacqui was inspired...
A Journey of Hope and Miracles
This is a story that’s hard to share, but only because it means so much to me. And I want to preserve it’s memory with the meticulousness of mummifying a great Egyptian Prince. Sometimes, in sharing, I feel like I lose my sense of ownership-like someone might take or change my memory. But this story is meant for here. God was meant for such glory.
A year ago today, my husband and I finished hiking the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). It took us five months to the day, and I felt every mile, all 2,655 of them, in each and every foot bone, in the stretch of...
Jump In Wherever You Are
Full of Thanks
Emotional Support for Surviving the Holiday Season