Last week I came down with the flu. It was a doozy–fever, chills, stuff leaking out of everywhere. The kleenex box couldn’t keep up. Neither could my patience, which, frankly, is phyllo-thin at best. Every few hours, I’d get up… Read More ›
Tracking Wonder Quest # 4 is brought to us by Dr. Tina Seelig, faculty director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. She asks – What advice would your future self a year from now give you today? My response this… Read More ›
I have counted the pages
I will have enough if I keep to my three-a-day But what if Paris is just too big to fit neatly between the margins the boulevards so wide the bookshelves so crammed with volumes and volumes of artists and painters… Read More ›
Motherhood & Art: Uneasy Bedfellows?
Growing up, my mother told me I could be not only anything I wanted, but everything I wanted. This was good news to my 18-year-old self. It meant that I could be both an actor and a scientist, a lover… Read More ›