I was lying in the sun, trying to soak up some of those delicious rays before being forced back into the grey (hi London!), when the order came. ‘Go and get your camera, there are owls’. So I did. And so there were.
There are three little ones in my Perth family- kids of my cousins aged 15 months, and 6 and 7 years old. This year for Christmas, we made a decision not to give presents to anyone in the extended family (cousins and aunts and uncles), except for those little ones. With an exception for things made by hand.
Guys, it’s been a long, long time since I updated the blog. For those of you who are interested, it’s been for a variety of personal reasons. But also because I’ve been channeling all of my writing into a new blog project, Plants and Pipettes. If you like science, or plants, you should go check it out. If you like me, personally, you should go and like us in the twitterverse, on ‘gram and facebook. It’ll help if one day I want to break free from the academic world and make it as a science communicator. Anyway. I haven’t blogged for a while, but now I’m blogging. Because we went to The Mountains.
The morning began with pastries, which is not a bad way for a morning to begin.
It’s been a while since I wrote on this blog. I’m currently writing more often for Plants and Pipettes, a blog about molecular plant biology that my dear friend Joram and I began at the start of the year.
In which I continue the journey through Perth in selfie, and food-shots. I think we might be up to day Seven.
I thought I would enter a nice ‘Summer throwback’ into this pretty wet and moody Winter ’19 season. Although, as it turns out, it’s a throwback to Belgium. Which pretty much means it’s also kinda wet. ‘Sure’, I hear you say. ‘Weather is all well and good.. but tell me this and tell me true. Were there WAFFLES?’ ‘Did you Eat All The Waffles??!’
Hi everyone. It’s Monday which means I am already behind in my week. Here’s a throwback post from… three (???) months ago. Back to the good old days when Pau and Zac were still with us.. and we spent an afternoon making a metric tonne of empanadas.
Look look! I made a thing!