Long time, no post again. Sorry about that - we had some insane things happen over the past few weeks: I found out my job will not be sponsoring me and had to start thinking through Plan B. Brad was on a dig and working full-time, requiring me to take over a lot of the … Continue reading October Update
I met Brad long before he started studying to be an archaeologist. When we met, Brad barely thought he'd graduate high school, nevertheless, pursuing a degree in Archaeology. At 17-years-old, Brad was a helpful kid, with a chip on his shoulder (rightfully so, I later learned); who believed he was not intelligent enough to go … Continue reading Being Married to an Archaeologist
Listen - I know I'm walking into a political minefield right now. I'm setting up my blog to be hit by a barrage of an angry gun rights supporters; mad at me for talking about anything negative that they love, threatening their right to own a weapon. The fact is I'm not. I have my … Continue reading A KCK Native’s Guide to American Gun Violence
In the past, no one ever asked me what I did. When I worked for large corporations, it was easy to just say "I work for ___" and that, by itself, seemed to explain an idea of what I did. Then it was story over, unless someone was really interested. When I switched to agencies, however, … Continue reading What the hell is my job?