The Grace That You Know; an Image of ScienceI grew up watching Doctor Who on PBS and spending my paper route money on comics and arcade games (yeah, I am thaaat kind of person). If not for my inability to retain the lyrics to most songs, I would have been a famous pop singer/adventurer. I routinely practice and respond well to quipping, sarcasm and other forms of snappy-patter. However, beware of making genuinely mean-spirited remarks towards me in person: I have a natural tendency to make one feel as though they've unintentionally kicked a puppy.
I currently work in Mental Health with kiddos that have experienced all sorts of trauma and crisis situations. Sometimes I get to do art and draw silly pictures with them when they are not screaming at me and raising hell (or communing with it). Strangely this has rekindled my long dormant passion for drawing and looking at the art stuff. Finding time and energy to do these things is challenging. So mostly now I just look and re-post stuff I think is super cool... gah I need to do an art tumblr.
Also, fitness and wellness in general... something that seemed like the ideal choice for me growing up was to emulate my heroes rather than just obsessing over them... gah I need to do a fitness tumblr.