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Renae Brabham


Renae Brabham is a local flavor and humor columnist at Moultrie News online. "I am thoroughly enjoying the liberties associated with becoming a middle-aged woman. Did I just say that? There's an honesty, a transparency that comes with not having the money for a facelift and tummy tuck. I am forced to accept myself as I am,” she says. “Unfortunately others must accept this as well. I am innovative and inventive with a passion for seeking out adventures, experiences and interesting people. My faves are fishing and crabbing with my hubby in Mount Pleasant, hanging with family, and my Ya Ya's. I am currently finishing a Southern murder mystery novel with a taboo topic twist. In the meantime, check out the collection of stories in my new book Piddlin in Dixie on Amazon by clicking the amazon website link below.

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Renae Brabham's Blog Posts

Posted: Sep 26 2014 - 6:21am
The small signage below the rearview mirror reads, "Objects in mirror may appear closer than they are." WTH? Useless advice for a driver suffering...

Posted: Sep 15 2014 - 10:40am
During her summer visit, my oldest granddaughter (a senior this year) told me that she didn't know what she wanted to be or do with her life. I...

Posted: Sep 1 2014 - 11:18am
I like graveyards. It's not like a morbid fascination, I just enjoy the stories they tell. Bravery, loss, love, hate, unity, respect, reverence, and...

Posted: Aug 12 2014 - 11:08am
A priest walks into a bar, walks up to the register, counts the till, and turns the open sign on. So what's the punch line? There isn't one. You are...

Posted: Jul 30 2014 - 6:25am
It had been a week from hell. The quick onset of a mystery illness gave me quite a scare and had me in the hospital for four and a half days last...

Posted: Jul 8 2014 - 11:43am
I am really curious and concerned about the future of quality craftsmanship. Does our very best count for anything anymore in our selected trades?...

Posted: Jun 24 2014 - 10:26am
I woke up one morning last week with the sensation that something had changed, maybe just a shift in the sea bed shelf, but I knew it. I have been in...

Posted: Jun 8 2014 - 4:28pm
It was a cool and cloudy day with sporadic downpours and warnings of spotted flooding in our beloved Charleston. I voiced timid disappointment...

Posted: Jun 2 2014 - 8:08am
I wish social mixers were easy for me, but they aren't, and even though I am so excited to meet with everyone, I’ll darn near talk myself out of it...

Posted: May 30 2014 - 9:18am
Lord knows I am a Sandlapper, both a cum ya and a been ya. But when the call for slanted ground comes, I think of my sister Carolina where I lived...


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