The best way to learn about me is to visit my sites. Here's a link to a bridge site that will link you to all my sites- enjoy - MzSnowleopard
One thing I have noticed- and I'm thinking I should come with a warning label:
Does not get along with teenagers. LOL - Just kidding gang -
Seriously though- I don't know what it is- ever since I turned 30 I've not been able to comprehend the younger individuals. In hind site, when I was a teen- I always felt like people over 30 didn't understand me.
My Dad used to tell me, when you turn a certain age it's like flipping a coin - and suddenly you find yourself on the other side. And you know what? He was right.
Within that first week of being thirty it was like, I don't know if I can even begin to explain it. Suddenly I found myself saying things my parents said, acting, or making a gesture like one of them, little things and some big ones, there were minor changes and some pretty major ones. Shoot- I even moved from Florida to Colorado.
Still, and by far, the biggest one was the realization that there were and are some things that my parents were right about.
Check the engine every morning before ya leave the house,
make sure the toilet flushes (don't ask- you don't want to know this one)
if you're the one to empty the roll - replace it.
The phrase "because I said so" is a legitimate reason.
Never forget to clean the cat box - or the cat will remind you.
Just a few tidbits of advice from my parents. Gone but not forgotten.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I run SETI@home because I am convinced my adopted dad was right. He taught me that it is in man's own arrogance to believe we are alone in this vast universe. I think that the project is undervalued and underestimated. With programs like SETI we could learn a lot more about ourselves and our galaxy, along side the expensive, and also undervalued space program. Personally speaking, and this is just my opinion, I think all of our space programs- both private and federal and underappreciated and devalued. My adopted Dad used to talk about his vision for space- and the wonders he believed we could acheive as an international conglomeration for space exploration. I believe in his dream. My adopted Dad was neither a scientist nor a sci-fi fanatic- though he probably would have loved some of what we have today. I know he would enjoy the rover project. In a way, I'm not doing this just for myself- but for his memory as well.