Ok, so if you’ve read my About This Blog page, you’ve already learned a little bit about me. Here’s some stuff you don’t know: I am a physics graduate student at Washington University in St. Louis. I am married to an army vet computer scientist and have four kitty cat dependents. I hold on to a mixed bag of interests ranging from reading and writing fiction to action sports and sports cars. And, of course, everything in between.
I’m a Christian. That affects everything in my life: my work, my days off, how I look at myself and my place in the world. But I’m not perfect. Hopefully, you will never find a post or comment where I say something inappropriate, mean-spirited, or whiny.
I already said I’m in grad school. I expect that after graduate school, I will have to get a post-doc or find a job somewhere. What I really want to do is start my own Christian school. I know that that’s going to bring challenges of its own and might not happen the minute I graduate. It might take months or years. But I’ll do whatever God leads me to do in the meantime.