04 November 2009


I was going through my picture archives today, and I rediscovered some 'priceless' photos of me. Being the thick-skinned person that I am (sarcasm intended), I thought it would be a capital idea to share the best of them on my blog. Because we all know how much I enjoy embarrassing myself in public.

This first one isn't really embarrassing. It's just showing off Ignatius, my violin.

However, this one is fairly unusual. It all happened when my chemistry teacher last year sent me home with hydrochloric and sulfuric acids, and I was play- um, scientifically experimenting with them. I realized that all I needed to add was the top hat and the great coat, and I'd look like a bona fide mad scientist.

This is the more dignified mad scientist. More "gentlewoman researcher" than "Phantom of the science lab."

Right before a symphony concert, in my squirrel suit.

This is me being a closet thespian with Abby. We did the tea scene from the Importance of Being Ernest. I was the whatsername from the city.

Teenage mutant ninja friends. Notice the amazing war paint on our faces.

Never fear! It's Super-Doctor here to save the world with her scientifically awesome cane!

Mhmm. I know what you're thinking. "Oh yeah, we really wanted to see pictures of Problematic goofing around with a camera." Well, tough. Build a bridge, get over it, and burn the bridge. Feel better? Good.



  1. .....
    I'm still trying to get over the fact that your teacher gave you hydrochloric and sulfuric acids... that's one trusting teacher! :D

  2. It was pretty incredible. (!) The only problem was that it stung a little when I got it on my hands. And the red burns weren't terribly graceful. But hey, it's all in the name of science, right? :D