Happy Day of Secession of the 13 colonies from the United Kingdom!
Random Photo Tuesday1 Chalky cell signalling by framboise on Flickr. Guess what nerds sketch when they’re playing in the backyard with their kid’s chalk? Cell signalling pathways, that’s what… Can you tell I have neurotransmission on my mind?2 1 Should read: Random post Tuesday. How long will this spate of blogging last? Until I submit […]
Oof, where did May and June go? Every couple of years in May, I head off to Florida for a scientific conference, which means I’m pretty much offline for the weeks preceding and after. So, that’s my excuse for missing the regular irregular recaps of Fin’s first year in a gabazillion photos. To make up […]
This weekend, the world neighbourhood tour organised by jojoebi takes us to a mystery city in the Midwest of the USA and to South Korea, where two midwesterners now live with their springer spaniel. Do visit! Links to the worldwide neighbourhood tour (click on the place name for a direct link to the tours): June […]
Although Fin isn’t old enough to understand what either day means, we had some fun celebrating both Mother’s Day and Father’s Day this year1. My present from P was a nice big pile of pancakes: And my present from Fin was a nice long lie-in. Until 10am! And some flowers, freshly beheaded from my little […]
Most people associate Chicago with deep-dish pizza, as did we when we first visited, but there is a rich gastronomic scene beyond pizza in Chi-Town. Sadly, we didn’t get to explore the upper echelons of food culture this time, but were reasonably impressed by the offerings of the kid-friendly restaurants and cafes. Some highlights (i.e. […]
Mon ami, Mathieu Grandjean, who was director of Open Show Los Angeles, has taken the concept to Europe and the latest instalment will be on the 4th of July at Les Recontres d’Arles in the city of Arles. So, if you are in the area, I highly recommend you check it out. These Open Shows […]