It’s what you don’t eat that matters.

I just read Gary Taubes excellent article on Sugar in the April 13th New York Times Magazine. Check it out here: I have been having my own dietary adventures for the last few months, and stopped eating all wheat-products and sugar (No sweets, no added sugar)  about two and a half months ago.  I [...]

I’ll miss CCBC!

I am very excited to be going to UMB in the fall to begin nursing school, but I have to admit, I will miss CCBC!  I have enjoyed meeting so many wonderful people and becoming a part of the CCBC community.   It really has become home in a very short period of time.  But I [...]

What I would read if I had time to read

This book looks awesome, maybe after finals are over I’ll tuck into a copy.  Oh, end of May, you are coming soon! Science-Mart: Privatizing American Science by Phillip Mirowski Harvard University Press, April 1, 2011 Read more: Capsule Reviews – The Scientist – Magazine of the Life Sciences

The final schlep

Well, it is that time of the semester: the final schlep.    I have six tests in the next three weeks.   And a paper.  So forgive me if the blogging suffers.   This is the time of the semester when you just have to tuck your head down and slog. My ex-husband was a master slogger.   He [...]

Do you remember being 10?

Our ten year old is such a trip, she reminds me of being that age.  But life is so different now, she loves manga and anime, things that I had never heard of.  Japan’s big contribution to my fifth grade experience was the Atari. What was life like when you where ten? -T