cool kids other science bloggers were doing it, so I joined in. Here is how it works:
Post the link and first sentence from the first blog entry for each month of the past year.
So here goes:
January: Setting My New Year's Resolutions
Happy New Year! I know I have been posting less than regularly, but I assure that it is a good sign of my progress on my dissertation
The SnowPocalypse isn't all bad.
I'm going to do something a little extra today - present a research paper to you.
April: It's April no fooling
Wow! It's April already.
I graduate next week.
Oh, I love summer!
I love junk food.
It's Election day in many parts of the United States.
On Wednesday, September 8, 2010, THE Dr. Mae Jemison spoke a room of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) educators and advocates at the state of Missouri STEM Summit presented by the Department of Elementary & Secondary Education.
October: A Wise Latina Scientist
We met in the Ladies Room near the main Auditorium at Bucknell University.
November: Snakes up close
I've got to make a confession.
December: Wordless Wednesday: Golden Life
The golden hues of autumn leaves make me smile.
It reads like a Mad Libs game. A little funny and choppy.
But I am very happy about this year. It's been the best, most blessed year of my life.
Smooches to you all!