David and I were watching a news show a while back, on which they featured a woman from the University of California Berkeley, a biologist, who is developing a new genome editing tool called CRISPR (“clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats”)…a tool that could transform the field of biology. … Continue reading crispr
Since January isn’t over yet, I think it’s still ok to talk about resolutions. “LeeAnn Greenup Ramsey” and “New Year’s resolutions” have a love/hate….well, let’s just say an “awkward” relationship. We always have. Prolly always will. Every stinkin’ year I make a list of whatever. And every year, I almost always totes fail at… Continue reading Resolutions
One (just one) of my all-time favorite Bible verses is 1 Peter 5:7. It says, “Cast all your anxiety on Him because He cares for you.” (NIV) I’ve even performed a song called “Cares Chorus” in my past life, based on this verse. lol In the Living Bible translation, it says, “Let Him have… Continue reading On Casting Cares
A couple of evenings ago, as with most evenings, David and I were sitting in the living room, looking out our tall front windows at 12 deer (and yes, David counted.) A few weeks ago, we had some small apples that were going bad (at least for humans…I wasn’t gonna use them for anything) so… Continue reading Throwing Apples
I’m re-watching a fave Netflix series…and early in season one, this phrase was spoken: “Tears are the holiest of waters.” This COMPLETELY jumped out at me and consumed my brain activity for quite a while. One character said this to her best-friend character…hoping to give some perspective to the emotions she was experiencing. I simply… Continue reading The Holiest of Waters
Today is 9/11. Today is September 11, 2018. Today is a day in history that changed everything: September 11, 2001. On that day, I was just a few days from my 40th birthday. On that day, my son…my only child…was at the beginning of his 6th grade in school. On that day…..everything seemed alright in… Continue reading 9/11/01….or today.
David and I got the precious opportunity to make a road trip this past weekend, to see our one-and-only son and his fiancé-girl. As we traveled the boring roads, I continued reading in a book that I had started reading out loud with him several months ago. This was a good opportunity to read some… Continue reading Cuckoo!