Scientific Nature of the Whammy is a sanctuary where I nurture my spirit by letting out the words that fill me every day. It's a place that allows me to remember who I am and share it with the world through all life's ups and downs. As a mother, I nurture my children every day. I write to explore my moments of happiness, heartache and hope. I blog to share those moments with others, then gain the privilege of experiencing the same moments from other people whose blogs I love. This is where I nurture myself and build connections and community that lift me up and make living life a joy.
Who is Rachael?
In May 2006 we were blessed with the birth of Sam, our son. He is the blondest blondie in blondetown and we love him to pieces. He is currently finding out all about the real world in Kindergarten and kind of obsessed with all things Mario.
In May of 2010, only 8 days after Sam turned 4 we welcomed our second son, Danny, into the family. He's gotten blonder with time, so now I have a matching set.
What I Like
Reading - Laurell K Hamilton, Michael Crichton, Jeffrey Deaver, Chris Bohjalian, Orson Scott Card, Charlaine Harris, Vampire & Werewolf Novels, Stephenie Meyer, JK Rowling, Melissa De La Cruz, Joanne Harris, YA Dystopian Sci-Fi
What I Write About
30 Days of Truth 31DBBB Annoying Crap Awards Bellingham Birth Boot Camp Blogging Book Adaptations Books Conversations with Sam and Danny Crafts and Hobbies Current Events and News Danny Depression and Fear Exercise Faith Religion and Prayer Requests Family Food and Cooking Friday Fragments Friends Funny Stuff Guest Posts Health and Doctors Holidays and Birthdays Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension JJ Abrams Justin and Marriage Letters Lists Losing Weight and Weight Watchers Money and Bankruptcy Motherhood and Parenting Movies Music and Concerts Nature and Animals Nostalgia and Childhood Photography Photos Political and Social Issues Pregnancy and Birth Sam Sci-Fi SITS So You Think You Can Dance Thursday Thirteen Top Chef Travel and Getting Away TV Vampires Werewolves and Spooks Videos Volunteering Weekly Updates Womens Issues Work and Unemployment Writing and Poetry Your Movie Madness