1. Drawers of 307 million old fossilized poop. 2. 150 million year old ammonite with crystal inside of the crevices. 3. 520 million year old trilobites. 😱 thank you to Megan for coordinating a tour of our fossil invertebrates with Paul!
For national volunteers week @michelle.oconnor and I got to see where Jochen works in the Division of Invertebrates. He showed us a huge helmet shell he found in the 70's, slipper shells with interchangeable genders, and a giant crab from Japan brought to the museum from the World's Fair!
Sunday funday with my coworkers and business babies! Missing @em.k.wagner ❤️ #museumfuddyduddies
Marching with @fieldmuseum for science!
Every Sunday we walk Mort to Hoyne and LeMoyne. In the cold, it's a long walk. In the spring, it's not long enough. 🌷🌸🌺
I cooked Passover dinner for the first time today!