I have half written a bunch of posts since I defended my dissertation, and we moved to Irvine. I obviously never got around to finishing them and publishing them. We've had a lot to do. But just
Yesterday morning, I looked at the calendar and I was shocked. It's July! I have no idea how spring disappeared so fast. On the other hand, I could easily reverse-engineer how I have spent my time
I've been working on this post about Storm's growing vocabulary for a while now. I just couldn't seem to find the right time to finish it. In my head, I was waiting for his language development to
I've now been maintaining my sourdough starter for nearly three months. It's going well. After the initial failure to produce edible bread with this starter, I have baked a batch of successful breads
For the past couple of months, Storm has been steadily increasing his vocabulary. It is amazingly wondrous and fun to witness him learning labels for things. And for the most part, Storm is mostly
Through friends of friends with connections, we obtained some Impossible "meat", which is not meat at all but a plant-based protein, which looks, cooks, and tastes much like beef. We've eaten
After returning to San Diego, I have started implementing changes to my life-style in order to reduce some of my impact on the planet. Some things have gone well, others not so much. This post is a
Although we are firm believers in Storm reaching his developmental milestones in his own good time (as if there were any other way...), we have been watching his progress towards walking very closely.
I'm baking again! I'm super excited about it. I started a new sourdough starter shortly after we returned to San Diego, and last week I baked with it for the first time. Unfortunately, it wasn't quite
Now that we've been back in San Diego for a couple of weeks, I thought i would share a few reflections on our epic traveling year. It feels like we gone for a year, though it was really only 9 months.