Catnip, Toilet Paper, and Lasers goes on tour! Check out the schedule on today’s post to see what everyone’s talking about!Read More
It’s the little things in life you most treasure sometimes. The moments that make time stand still and etch into your memories. These are the times to cherish.Read More
So in keeping on with my winged cat mojo this year, I have released my newest book on Amazon: Motivation with Winged Cats.
It’s a collection of quotes, motivating non-fiction snippets, and littered with digital winged cat art. If you’re looking for a pick-me-up, this is your sign.
So my husband came home from a job for a school district with an interesting story a few months ago: While he was in the main office, a woman walks in with a baby sheep. She checks in with the front office staff, asking if anyone needs help, and the sheep just followed her around […]Read More
My most recent cooking adventure: We picked up some duck breasts on a road trip, and about a week after we got back, I thawed it out and looked up how to cook it. My husband was working on a car, and I was starving, so I decided to try my hand at duck. I […]Read More
Something quirky to start off the new decade: Sometimes random thoughts interrupt my day, like what if marshmallows were sentient? Would they integrate into society well? Would baby marshmallows leave a sticky residue on the chairs when they sat in class? Would there be mass marshmallow murders everywhere because they are sooo delicious (especially with […]Read More
Recently my husband’s brother bought a house about 3 hours away from where we live. A lot of his stuff, like outdoor things and his boat, where being stored at our house until he found a permanent place to live. He hauled his boat down while we pulled a trailer of his loose stuff, with […]Read More
I like to include memes in the lectures I give. Covering DNA replication? Got a meme. Going over lab techniques? Have a meme for that. What about the urinary system? I’ve got that squared away too. Memes make everybody laugh, and I try to incorporate that into my lectures. Some of the stuff I cover […]Read More