I have too many irons in the fire this week. Meetings scheduled: Katzenhaus accountant on taxes, financial advisers, an LCI pilot project (started by husband; passed down to me); two lunches with friends. Chores: a closet to clean out, groceries, post office, bank. And hanging over my head-- a book contest to enter, four book chapters outlined and ready to be written, and the pressure to keep up with occasional blog entries.
Being busy is good; it keeps me from feeling sorry for myself. But there's supposed to be some time in there for me to relax. Until I find it, I'm going to fill up this blog space with some silly stuff about my literary favorite state, courtesy of various websites luring tourists to South Carolina.
Here are some of my favorite South Carolina laws that remain on the books. I used to point out to students that people do not pass laws unless the proscribed behavior is already so widespread as to cause a nuisance. You might want to try your hand at guessing what prompted some southern lawmakers to pass the following: