Trump won last night. I really thought it would never happen. I can’t believe that the people of my country voted for him. I believed that the people of this country could not vote for a man who embraces the opposite of what this country is about. I am still trying to process it, trying […]
Me, a PTO President? Not in my wildest dreams. Up until last April, I’d never even been to a PTO meeting. Then in May, my friend and I were voted in as co-presidents.
If I could name one word that fully encompasses the ugliness of GMOs it would be: Monsanto. The Roundup debacle by this agricultural company has done as great a disservice to GMOs as Andrew Wakefield did to vaccines. While GMO crops have the potential to combat food shortages, add nutrition to food, produce pharmaceuticals such […]
It’s a bird, it’s a plane…no wait, it’s a bird of prey protecting a plane! Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better than a herd of ruminants clearing brush at airports, now our furred and feathered friends are keeping the air safe. That’s right – birds of prey are now used to keep […]
We started school vacation off with a bang – 4 soccer games over the weekend and then a trip to Mystic, CT on Monday. I thought the aquarium was going to be the highlight of the trip, but it was so crowded we could hardly walk around. We left after only a few hours (thank […]
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I'm a displaced scientist looking for the science in raising kids and starting a farm.