Sometimes, it’s right in the middle of test week, and you decide to make a coffeecake, an apple pie, and homemade rolls for premature Friendsgiving. You just decide this, and you don’t think about the fact that it is a stupid decision, and that you have no time management skills, and that there are more important life skills you should be working on with all this apparent “free-time” you’ve created to bake this stuff. Continue reading
Let’s just state the obvious and get that out of the way. I love science. And learning.
But. That being said, there are some things that I would prefer remain a mystery. Things I hope no one ever explains to me. I’m putting this list out there in public to avoid the same devastation I experienced upon learning that baby carrots are not, in fact, tiny carrots that grow with tiny carrot tops on a tiny carrot farm. Continue reading
I went to New Orleans during Christmas. The last time I was there was nearly a year ago, and that is an unusually long time between NOLA visits. It was high time to go back.
We stayed in the Iberville Suites. This is the ultimate in awesome because it’s attached to the Ritz, and you get to use all of the Ritz fancy things (like the most amazing hotel workout room ever), but you pay not even close to Ritz rates. It’s in the French Quarter, but a couple of blocks away from Bourbon so noisy Quarter-goers won’t keep you up at night. It’s the 2nd time I’ve stayed there, and I would highly recommend it! Continue reading
This is a little bit of Thanksgiving at my (Hannah’s) house:
My life has taken a turn for the weird…or I guess the weirder.
Two weeks ago I dressed up as the Swedish Chef for Halloween. Giant eyebrows and all.
I have spent the entire past week dissecting…uh…stuff…down there. Everyday is an adventure. Continue reading