Every year, millions of Americans commemorate Memorial Day to honor the sacrifices so many have made to protect our country. This holiday weekend might not be like past years, so while we keep public health recommendations in mind, let’s not forget food safety practices to prevent foodborne illnesses.
This article that I am presenting to you came from a conversation that my best friend and I had not long ago.
At the time of this writing, COVID-19 victims have drastically grown in an alarming and even exponentially way to seventy-four and counting in Dillon County.
Homeowners have several ways to water their gardens. Most of these options are simple to use and work effectively.
Hopefully, one day real soon, we will come to the end of this COVID-19 crisis. We will be able to look back on it with much relief that it has passed along with the grief and regret, as well as the awful loss and agony it released upon us.
Today, I want to take you back to the early sixties and to a much simpler time when there was no COVID-19.
There is a question or statement that is being echoed by many who, like all of us, are being affected by the onslaught and siege of the coronavirus.