This is a picture of my sister's dog Sheldon. His crazy Einstein hair tufts at the end of his ears crack me up. I would imagine that he's thinking less about the relationship between energy, mass, and the speed of light and more about how to get that banana off the kitchen counter.
Angie is on vacation this week so our parents have the pleasure of dogsitting Sheldon. I've managed to set up a couple of play dates with Sheldon and Indie and when they get together it's nonstop running, panting, biting, and playing.
Monday, September 3, 2012
Sunday, September 2, 2012
...if Phillip isn't working, if the boys don't have catechism class, if we hadn't gone to mass the night before, if we're not out of town, if Phillip isn't at drill, if I feel like it, if they haven't run out of doughnuts even though they're open for another hour and fifteen minutes (don't get me started), then we like to go to Shipley's after church for coffee, milk, doughnuts AND the best bacon, egg, and cheese croissant ever.
Saturday, September 1, 2012
I'm a couple of weeks into the fall semester. It's going okay...I guess. I just keep reminding myself that anything is better than chemistry. I'm taking Intro to Stats (numbers are kind of fun), Physical Principles (basic physics--blech), and Human Physiology (should be interesting once we get through this body chemistry chapter).
These 50 minute classes are a breeze after taking Anatomy back in June. Three hours a day, five days a week for month. Good thing it was interesting stuff. I finished with an 88% which bummed me out for awhile since I was so close to an A, but it is what it is and I can only hope I do as well this semester.