Birds, Bikes, and Behavior

—Anna-Marie— “Science, art, community, and nature make manifest that bad will or mistakes can lead to progress, like Bob Ross on his show The Joy of Painting reminding us that when we make big mistakes on canvas, we can turn them into birds—‘Yeah, they’re birds now!’”                   ... Continue Reading →

Sifting

—Anna-Marie— On our way back from a family vacation in Gulf Shores, we decided to take a little side adventure to a small town in Northern Georgia. Dahlonega, Georgia (pronounced by locals as “Duh-LON-iga”—I kept saying “DAHL-uh-nayga Nights” in my head…) is the site of the first major U.S. Gold Rush. It’s a beautiful town.... Continue Reading →

Spiders: Part 2

—Anna-Marie— Now you know I’m terrified of spiders. And if you don’t know, please take some minutes to check out my last post, so this one has some context. We left off where I’m standing outside my spider-infested car on the side of the highway at 10:00 at night in the middle of nowhere with... Continue Reading →

Spiders: Part 1

—Anna-Marie— So I'm driving. Heading home on my hour and a half commute from a night class, I'm alone in my car, tired, and jamming out to some random hip hop station, ready to be home. I was about thirty minutes into the drive when I see the first one. A big brown spider. You... Continue Reading →

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