As we enter into a season of giving it’s the perfect time to pause and insert a little more gratitude into our daily lives. For families, this is an excellent opportunity to help children grow in their gratitude, developing a lasting spirit of thanksgiving that will carry them into adulthood.
It happens every year but it’s no less magical: You step out onto your porch, cup of coffee in hand, and it feels cool outside. You immediately take note of the fact fall is coming. Whether you love sweater weather, football or pumpkin-spiced everything, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about fall in the Lowcountry.
Few neighborhoods come with a vast expanse of green space, natural settings and a keen sense of historic preservation. Residents at The Ponds have the benefit of all these thanks to The Ponds Conservancy, which has spent the last decade managing a historic property and grounds within The Ponds development.
Living the Lowcountry life may mean something a little different to everyone, but just about everybody can agree it involves water, food and history. Now how you choose to experience those aspects varies from kayaking on the creek to taking a Summerville history tour or gathering with friends for a casual backyard barbecue.