We’re down to three entries again (two after this post), so by all means favor us with your visage. Today’s reader is David Frayer, complete with mushroom largesse. His words are indented.
After retiring from the University of Kansas five years ago, I spend most of my days at home on my urban farm, but at times I miss my time in the classroom and advising students. In the winter I always go for a month or more to Italy and Croatia, but who knows about the future of that? During the lockdown, I do a lot of gardening, and then, when it gets too hot, try to read and do research, writing on Neandertals. As you see, chanterelle collecting is also a hobby, and they are extra plentiful this year.
Below are our two cats, Bob, the tuxedo cat, and J.C.—not Jerry Coyne but Jesus Christ because he is identical to our previous Russian Blue. I do not believe in resurrection, except for cats. He goes only by “J.C.”. They are good companions, day and night.