My little brother recently got married. Let’s just say that he, the groomsmen, and I were rather happy about it. Way to go bro.
My cousin, Robert E. Messick Jr., recently wrote an impressive paper on William Willard Ashe (1872–1932), a North Carolina botanist. Messick’s research on this subject is impressive. Needing an outlet to publish his work, I proudly offered to host his content on my website. What follows in Messick’s introduction to his paper and link to […]
My father Irvin Pearce was recently elected president of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA NC) for the year 2012. He’s been an architect all of his life. As a founding principal of the Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee architecture firm, you’ll find his name etched on many building cornerstones […]
My former uncle-in-law Mitchel Sommers was randomly attacked by a flash mob of teenagers last month in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina. Here’s an excerpt from the local paper: Downtown Greensboro “Flash Mob” Beating Investigated By Police Greensboro, N.C. – You’ve probably heard of the term “flash mob.” It’s when groups of people use social media […]
My family and I spent two weeks in Egypt in December 2010. Most of the time was spent along the Nile river around Luxor, but we did spend several days in Cairo. I recently made a photo book featuring some of the highlights from our trip. This 76-page book should give you a good indication […]