Monthly Archives May 2017

Gullah and Johns Island – Remembering My Past

When the folks at Elysian Magazine asked if I knew any Charleston chefs, I said “Well, I know a fabulous Lowcountry Gullah cook who has been cooking for Johns Island’s Rural Mission for over 30 years.” The next thing you know, I am calling Doris Sease (daughter of my beloved Tootsie) and arranging a photo shoot on our property on Johns Island.  The magazine just came out this week entitled, Continuing a Legacy.  Be sure to pick up a copy of Elysian Magazine and read this wonderful article.       Writer, Abby Derring and photographer, Josh Norris captured the essence of Doris’ passion Continue Reading

How to Drive Your Own Limo

Flip-Flops happen; some are large events and other episodes are flat-out annoying.  In honor of my new book, Rhinestones on My Flip-Flops, that will be released September 2017, I thought I would share a unique flip-flop event that involves a limo with a very nervous driver…enjoy! Have you ever had a moment when you made a decision to be in the “driver’s seat?” I am speaking figuratively, of course, but several years ago, I was literally put into this position. I was speaking in Flint, Michigan and was told that a car service would be picking me up.  I stood Continue Reading