Category Archives: Non-parabolic trajectory

How I’m getting from A to B in my own personal zigzag.

Where to start from?

It’s been a quiet and fruitful autumn.  I last posted in September, feeling a need to harvest the many crops of the past year of writing, Writing Circles, running and reading. And in that time of quiet, a time of … Continue reading

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Harvest

September is often a time of change and beginnings.  Around here, it’s the start of a new school for my son, new activities for my daughter, and a lot of travel for new projects for my husband. September is also … Continue reading

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August – a month away.

We’ve been in the California for the month of August. I haven’t spent this long in the US since before we moved to England, nine years ago.  Unlike most of our other trips to the States, we haven’t been racing … Continue reading

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Some good news!

I had some good news a few weeks ago. Among the many hats I wear, I am a science content consultant to a company in India called HeyMath! I work with them on a project called HeyScience! developing short (3-5 … Continue reading

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Radio waves.

Friday afternoon, one week into May, a soft rain outside.   I can now see the blossoms on the pear tree that had been blocked from my view over the past few years by a sneaky tree that popped up and … Continue reading

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Under the sleeping grass

It’s been quiet in the forest this month.  For me, February is the stillest of months.  More than the winter solstice, February feels like the turning point of winter towards spring.  This transition is largely hidden, occuring below the surface … Continue reading

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A Chennai Photo Essay

I have been in Chennai for one week.  This is my second visit to India.  I came to Chennai in 2012 when I started working on a science education project with HeyMath! I wrote about working with HeyMath! here.  Happily, … Continue reading

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