As Sarah leafed through the coupons, I began to realize something interesting.Although we were very avid users of coupons a few years ago, we essentially don’t use them now.
Former University of South Carolina tuba performance student Matt Buck felt the need to show his opposition to the Ku Klux Klan rally in Columbia.
Saturday was supposed to bring the conclusion of the second round and the start of the third round of the British Open. Instead, I took the opportunity to explore a bit of St. Andrews with my traveling companions.
There's an expression about weather in Scotland that has proved handy this week.
Playing golf in Scotland has always been a bucket list item for me. Now I can check that box.
I have a confession to make: I have not always been a Tom Watson fan.
There has been much speculation about what I would eat during my trip to London and The Open at St. Andrews. I'm notorius for being a picky eater, a meat and potatoes guy from way back.
A lot of policies at the Open are downright modern, and the result is a fan-friendly experience.
If you've ever tried winning a stuffed animal or other prize at a claw machine, you've probably witnessed the prize slip out of the claw's grasp. That's not by mistake.
Almost every morning these days, I spend about 10 minutes planning out the specifics of my day. What’s interesting is that I can see how this kind of planning is saving me money.
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