i found this yesterday in one of our trees. according to what i have read i need to wait till the first or second hard freeze before removing it. adam wants to take it in to his biology class, which is fine after a freeze kills everything. i would hate to give them a semi-live nest for their classroom. that would make for an interesting story but not one that i really want to personally experience.
my wife finished and turned in her dissertation yesterday. in two weeks she will defend it and then she will be through. defending the dissertation is no easy thing, but when your main prof says “you have knowing to worry about because you’ve done a great study,” then you can breathe a little. i am amazed and incredibly proud of pam. i definitely married up.