Hi, I’m Susan

Susan on the lawn of Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's home in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA, 20 October 2007.
Susan on the lawn of Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s home in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA, 20 October 2007.

High-school teacher, wife, mother, German speaker, enthusiastic (but often lazy) cook, non-fiction reader, Brooklyn transplant, amateur seamstress, wannabe gardener, aspiring furniture maker, recovering perfectionist, returned missionary, Mormon.

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My latest posts/articles

  • The family that camps together 16 October 2017 - The Hibdons got together for a week of camping and adventure in the Poconos.
  • Cabin guestbook 16 October 2017 - The message — in Susan’s own handwriting — that Susan and Fiona left in the guestbook in our cabin at Promised Land State Park, Pennsylvania, 31 July 2014.
  • Fiona says goodbye to her ‘pacifizer’ 26 September 2017 - In an email to her mother, Susan tells about helping Fiona say goodbye to a beloved baby comfort.
  • She was a stranger on the subway 25 September 2017 - Susan's experience helping a fellow subway passenger shows that even in a city full of strangers others in need don't have to suffer all alone.
  • ‘To every thing there is a season’ 13 March 2017 - As Latter-day Saints, a lot is expected of us. But, as King Benjamin reminded his people, everything should be "done in wisdom and order." The Lord doesn't expect us to "run faster than [we have] strength" — counsel each of us should remember as we prioritize what is most important in our lives.

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