My thoughts have changed. Simple things in my life have suddenly become so interesting .
While having breakfast in the morning, I can’t stop thinking about my cells, who would be using the food (glycolysis) to turn it into energy (ATP). I can’t stop but wonder that my youngest who I find so “little” have the same process going on in her tiny cells. How tiny!
Proteins have become a vital part of my conversation with kids. We need proteins all the time. All functions need proteins. I write on my kids lunch that protein loves you. Yip, it’s all about proteins!
I call meat, protein, and the vegetables cofactors.
Looking at the leaves, I can’t help but appreciate all the hard work they do (taking Carbon dioxide and using sunlight to give us Oxygen and making glucose, beat that humans!). I always give a pat on their “back.”
What genes will my grandkids inherit that will be from me? Or what genes have I passed on to my kids that are recessive in me. Hmm…
Gosh, this doesnt stop.
From applying moisturizer to walking out in my yard, I am so infatuated with Bob’s lectures. He turns all the difficult concepts easy to grasp.
Bob, this ones is for you!