I’m no scientist. I have scientist genes somewhere in there, and I find science fascinating; heck, I’ll even go out of my way to encourage young girls into STEM fields, but I’m a humanities girl through-and-through. However, science is not only vital; to me, it is inextricably linked with the search for (and consequent recent denial of) truth.
So I marched as a science ally, if you will. We packed up Emily, grabbed a parking spot on SpotHero, donned our Pussyhats, and went. Read more ›
I’ve been off the grid for a few days while Tim and I have worked on deciding what to do with the next year of our lives. As you can imagine, it’s been a daunting few days and lots of… Read more ›
Tim and I have spent a good deal of time over the past few days debating about what we want the next step in our lives to be. We’ve been looking at houses and town homes in the suburbs of… Read more ›
Lucky for us, Susie Bright will actually BE IN CHICAGO in October, so we are going to get to meet her to talk about the book rather than do it virtually! Horray! Unfortunately, this means we need a new book… Read more ›
On Sunday, I had the good fortune to hear Jenn Pozner read from Reality Bites Back at Women & Children First Bookstore. I was very excited to hear her read, and to hang out with some Chifems, especially since this… Read more ›
We have a new book for the Chifems Book Club! For February 25, we’ll be reading Dirty Girls Social Club by Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez and discussing it in light of a situation with NBC trying to adapt it for the small… Read more ›
This weekend, my mom and I will be walking 39.3 miles over two days (Saturday and Sunday) around Chicago to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer treatment and research. This year, you’ll be able to follow me every step… Read more ›