Chris Trainor is a contributing columnist for the Index-Journal. Contact him at ChrisTrainorSC@yahoo.com. You can follow him on Twitter @ChrisTrainorSC. Views expressed in this column are those of the writer only and do not represent the newspaper's opinion.
We’ve lost a few things during the coronavirus pandemic, as a collective and as individuals.
It was just sitting there, kind of off to the side, collecting dust from months of not being used.
It may have been more than 50 years ago, but Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell were telling the truth.
Chances are you’ve probably learned a few things about your immediate family in the last few months.
Last week was a bit of a double whammy for Uptown Greenwood.
Sometimes you stumble across something by accident, and the reality of it hits unexpectedly hard.
It’s never easy to let go, especially when something is particularly special to you.
It would have been a perfect weekend.
We’ve spent a lot of time lately looking outward.
I was supposed to be in a galaxy far, far away this week.
You learn something new every day, even if you don’t immediately take notice of it.
It’s amazing how much we take for granted, and how quickly we come to realize it when things start to change.
There’s never really been an overarching “plan” when it comes to this column.