I've missed you these past few months; I've missed our chats about titi monkeys and adventures and far away places. Maybe you're wondering, "Why have you ignored me so??" Well, blog, I will tell you. It turns out life in south Texas with your parents, three dogs, and a slightly-nomadic newlywedded older sister is much less exciting than all those Bolivian primate shenanigans. So what have I been doing to pass the time? Rescuing opossums, running half marathons, hanging out with a paraplegic pig. You know, typical stuff.
But there is a glimmer of hope on the horizon...and that glimmer is grad school. Brand new adventures in a brand new place (with a brand new, and much colder, climate). Come June/July, Rosie and I are packing up and heading north and east to the great state of New York! Once there, I will be pursuing my PhD in biology at Syracuse University. Can't wait!!
|Rosie is very excited about our upcoming move.|
Syracuse University, here I come! Go Orange!!
|Yay pretty campus!|
|That is A LOT of orange.|
FUN SCIENCE FACT #28: The giant anteater, Myrmecophaga tridactyla, walks on its knuckles to protect the long, curved claws on its forefeet.