|Figure 1. Here is Paul to make up for my absence.|
I am still horrible at keeping up with this blog. Sorry Sebastian! I have so much to write and say too, there should be days when I can't stop typing. I can write about my research, my DIY, my college experience, my opinions, my new house, and anything else if I consider myself a writer. So, I suppose I will begin with a few updates: I got engaged in October, the wedding will be in 2014, we are buying a house, and currently only three days from the final paperwork, my thesis was almost taken from me, my advisor skipped town for a new job, I still got to finish my data gathering, and am currently working on finishing my thesis.
|Figure 2. Here is Paul the Derp to actually make up for my absence.|
According to Wikipedia: [A polydactyl is a cat with a congenital physical anomaly that causes the cat to be born with more than the usual number of toes on one or more of its paws. (Paul has six toes on each paw). Cats with this genetically inherited trait are most commonly found along the East Coast of North America (in the United States and Canada) and in South West England and Wales.] That's an interesting distribution pattern that probably correlates with shipping lanes and people migration. Polydactyls were commonly ship cats (better grips with all those toes).
More to come...eventually.