Leaving on a jet plane

At 19, I made my first trip across the Atlantic. Destination–England. Nowhere particularly exotic, but for my first trip out of the country, just the right amount of exoticness. At that point I hadn’t even been in 10 US states, so I was EX.CIT.ED. Original plans had me traveling with Continue reading Leaving on a jet plane

Remembering to remember

Armistice Day Today is (officially) Veterans’ Day in the USA. In the UK it’s known as Armistice Day as it is the day that WWI ended–on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918 the guns fell silent. It is a day to remember our soldiers, Continue reading Remembering to remember

More Medical Museums and Surgical History

I LOVE all things related to medicine. Especially the history of medicine and the science that goes along with it. So given that, I was ecstatic to visit 6! nerdy, science-y, medical-y museums in a span of two weeks. Not a super well-known fact, but IRL I am a registered Continue reading More Medical Museums and Surgical History

*We* are the champions. Of the world.

Serendipity:  the faculty or phenomenon of finding valuable or agreeable things not sought for Merriam-Webster dictionary My history with Football Once upon a time, I decided to jump into the world of “soccer” (or football, as it’s supposedly called) when my foot-eye coordination decided to make its grand entrance. Ah, those Continue reading *We* are the champions. Of the world.