A (mostly) true story from one day in the life of the Hibdon family.
“Right!” Susan said. “The key words here are ‘back in the sixties,’ when Johnson was president, people wore bellbottoms, you made tuna casserole, and smoking was the hip, groovy thing to do. Notice that all of those things are bad ideas.” Continue reading Folly & foolishness
My service as a page for North Carolina’s governor was my first insight into how government really works. Continue reading My week as a governor’s page
Nearly 13 years after we graduated, a gift of sorts to fellow members of the South Mecklenburg High School Class of 2000: a digitized version of the video of our commencement. Now the complete, unedited video is available for all of us to share—and the entire world to see. Continue reading South Mecklenburg High School Class of 2000 Commencement
By Dustin | If moving to New York a little over a year ago—our first move as a family—taught us anything, it’s that we have a lot of stuff. Too much stuff. So much stuff that I would be embarrassed to accept anyone’s help on our next move if I didn’t take some time to sort through it, organize it, and toss out the stuff I … Continue reading Of junk & memories