Physics, how wonderful. I always loved physics at school and then when I did my Radiography degree I learnt to appreciate it more. I cannot understand much of it of course but I still love reading the subject where the writer has been able to dumb it down a bit to my level. I follow the CERN website and RSS feeds about the exploration of matter, personally I find it more exciting than any effort to return to the Moon or go to Mars, the real frontier is down there amongst the quarks and leptons. We try and make it interesting for our children so when they start the subject in school they will start with an appreciation of it.
Four children is not so bad, really it is all in the organisation. For a while we did consider one more but with my eye sight going we have settled for consolidation of what we have. I have a good support system of family, a wonderful housekeeper and two very good guide dogs to help ease the load.
You live in the US now, where are you from originally and what made you move to the US ?
Hello! Thanks for friending me. I'm still pretty new to this site, but I think I've finally found a place to help me argue against Christianity (which 90% of family still believe.) and/or Mormonism, since I live in Utah. (ugh)
Hi Kara - thanks for adding me - professional would be overstating my role, I just have a few strategies for coping with depression and anxiety to work with but yes, it gets a little tricky when people bring religion into things! :-s. Yay, you're a feminist too! :)
Thanks for adding me, Kara. I am so frustrated with the U.S. right now. If I could, I'd leave. I can't though because my life is here. It is ironic that the Christians have so much power and control. I do love to be a thorn in their sides though.