Loving An Addict: It Doesn’t Have to be Your Fight

6 things you need to know if you love an addict.


He who Hesitates is Lost

      Rip currents are a dangerous side effect of the ocean water returning from the shore back out to the sea. I was brave, and rarely afraid. Every summer we would, like most Charlestonians, drive to the beach and enjoy a day soaking up the sun and playing in the waves. My mother […]

The “Great” Move of 2016

Ok, well the title doesn’t really do the process justice. It’s actually an awful move dreaded by every member of your household, and where close friends suddenly get completely booked with (only important ones of course!)social and work events and deadlines. They become the most unreachable people in southeast SC. Then, the packing begins and […]

An Open Letter to My Students

Dear Past, Present, and Future Students, There is so much I want to tell you, but can’t always tell every single one of you individually. Although this is my fifth year teaching, in many ways it feels like my first year. I constantly question myself and hope that I am inspiring you by my words […]