It’s worth being mindful, in this month noted for renewal and reverence, of the traces we all leave, the honor we all share in caring for our own small part of this earth.
The Blue Gable had cobbler and banana pudding, but it was the pie that people remembered: lemon meringue, coconut cream, strawberry, apple. Just the basics. Nothing fancy.
Sometimes, a card has just the words to express feelings of love and gratitude. But every so often, words just aren’t enough.
Editor in Chief Elizabeth Hudson writes of her parents’ garden, which was uprooted — literally — when they moved from Randolph County to Greensboro.
Editor in Chief Elizabeth Hudson writes about her mother’s love of working with her hands — crocheting, embroidering, and cross-stitching memories to last a lifetime.
As we watch the heartbreaking news from Eastern North Carolina, we are reminded that the places where we find peace and beauty can become destructive and deadly. Our hearts and prayers are with the residents in the places hardest hit by rising flood waters.
Editor in Chief Elizabeth Hudson remembers the small joy of savoring a cool beverage—be it sweet tea, ice cold well water, or Pepsi—on a hot day in the South.
Editor in Chief Elizabeth Hudson explores how the bodies of water in North Carolina impact us individually, but connect us as a community.
Editor in Chief Elizabeth Hudson thinks back on her antique-filled childhood home, and how a metal riding horse became part of the family.