A little bit bitch and a little bit buddhist always at the intersection of biology, gender, race, and culture. This blog documents my experience as a Canadian postdoc living and working in the United States. I can't promise to be PG13. In fact I promise not to be PG13.
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My officemate knowing of last week's hulabaloo left a piece of yummy German chocolate on my desk. Think hard because it may be as small as a stranger smiling at you, what act of generosity have you been the reciepient of today?
You know I'll just keep asking until I get something resembling a response....
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While eating his snack yesterday my 2 year old passed me his half eaten cracker. I assumed he didn't want it and put in back on the plate but was corrected by a "No mama. Eat. Share". This would have been totally down right cute had it not be accompanied by the offer of the prechewed other half of the cracker. The thought was there though.
One of my best friends sent me a "You're a special friend and I love you" card with hand-written note inside. Made me smile.
Oh, @ Amanda and @ GirlPostdoc those notes are the best. A good friend of mine sends me virtual chocolate by email if she finds out htat I have a bad day...I send her virtual brownies since she loves brownies. The thought is there...even if the chocolate or the brownie can't be there in reality since we're both in different parts of the planet.
@GirlPostDoc Yes, they are!
@Anthea Virtual chocolate and brownies? Yes please!!