Shots of the Lowcountry: Drayton Hall Plantation
I was just exploring through my albums in iPhoto, and I happened to come across an older album of my pictures of one of America’s most beautiful homes: the manor at Drayton Hall Plantation. Built between 1738 and 1742, Drayton Hall is North America’s best example of Palladian architecture. Even in a city as old as Charleston, Drayton Hall is unique in the fact that it is not restored,...
Anonymous asked: Do you feel like the way you dress makes you better than other people? I only ask because a lot of your tweets lately have referenced other people's dress or clothing in a negative light.
Politics Have Limits, But Are Not Limited
Yours Truly has a little rant that I’m sure you’ll find to be annoying as well: I hate bantering conversations. Nothing grates my nerves like hearing people shout at each other and use degradation to convey a point. Take the media for example: It all starts out as a normal conversation. One person has the floor and then the other person has the floor, a “you say something then I...
The SEC: The Absolute Best
So, as you may know, I am both a student of and a huge fan of the REAL USC (Go Cocks!) and with this comes a love for the SEC. Unless you are a part of it, you will never understand it. All SEC teams have a love/hate relationship with one another. We hate each other when we meet on the gridiron, but we support each other when they play someone out...
Shots of the Lowcountry: Paradise Island
I decided to spend yesterday afternoon going up into the “rural” part of Mt. Pleasant/Awendaw to take some pictures of the beautiful marshlands in the upper Wando River. I decided to share a few with y’all. I have no words to describe the feeling I get every time I go out to the marsh. It’s an overwhelming feeling of awe, gratefulness, and, most importantly,...