Thursday, August 31, 2006

Some more light

Some sun through the lab's window

Soft... nice


Not that bad actually!!

Thursday night, the only day that I don't have any extra thing after the lab. So I get to rest and take my time to cook, read or just watch some tv.
Tonight I'm alone 'cause Scottie is away at Rosario. He is coming back right now, so he is getting in at 2 this morning. I am a little lazy tonight to cook so I went to the grocery store and I bought this experiment of 1 minute hamburgers to prepare in the microwave...they were not that bat actually.
I tried this Malbec 2004 from Mendoza, quite good.
Now enjoying the rest of the night watching some VMA while I'm having some white chocolate.
Good night everyone and good day.

Gustavo have a heureux anniversaire!!!...we miss you guys!!

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Introducing my laboratory

Our group has two laboratories, the 51 and the 60. In general I prefer to work at the 60, 'cause it is the one that has a view and natural light. The other one still needs a lot of work but it is promising as well.

This is the view from one of the labs, the 60, which has a nice view to the "Rio de La Plata"

Inside these drawers we keep the different collections of fossils, from plants, vertebrates (some!, the ones that are not that big) and invertebrates.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

So here they are!

Finallly we present the bright new chair!. Isn't cute??
and the so long delayed photo magnet board.

Waiting Scottie to have dinner and go to bed, it was a long day....

Besos and "buenas nachos"

Monday, August 28, 2006


Following the idea of my first blog, which was to keep in touch with Scott while he was away during July, I thought that it would be more fun to keep in touch with our friends and family, that are not close, this way...I hope I don't get bored so fast ;). Anyway, sorry to the ones that have problems with the language, but I think there is more posiblities that everybody understands this way. There is no way that I could do it both ways!! (like U Adrienne!!). And of course sorry in advance for the vocabulary/gramatical mistakes I might make.
So post your comments which would add to this and I leave you with mission to find out about the name.
Besos y abrazos