Janes News Letter August 2020

Everyone keeps saying ”Welcome to the New Normal!” All I can figure out is the new normal means total uncertainty. How about you? This month is usually all about going back to school and all that entails. Who knows when the school year will begin and what form it will take? In person, virtual or a combination of the two, a few days per week in person or a double shift of classes, decisions will have to be made soon.

Janes News Letter July 2020

If you are one of the many, many people who over bought toilet paper as soon as you heard about Covid 19, I’m sure you got some ribbing. Well, now you can tell people that you were just staying true to your psychological make-up. People who panic buy scored high in personality assessment for traits of “conscientiousness” according to a new study.

Janes News Letter June 2020

Life is starting to open back up in the Lowcountry. I won’t say we are returning to normal, but at least we can get out. If the traffic to Folly Beach was any indication this past weekend, all of the tri-county area was ready to get out and into the salt air. But wait! It’s almost time for hurricane season to start. If things weren’t uncomfortable enough, here comes a premature Arthur.

Janes News Letter May 2020

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times” a sentiment that is so true in our life at the moment. The worst goes without saying. But we can find some of the best of the human race right in our community. We are seeing people walking and biking in our neighborhood that we have never seen. It is such a relief to be able to get out of the house and stretch our legs.