she was interviewed on npr’s ‘tell me more’ show last week for a study she conducted about the effects of grandmothers being involved with their grandchildren’s care. it’s far more in-depth and intelligent than my synopsis, and it is perfect material on which for me to brag:
listen here, if you so desire!
is being on npr on anyone else’s life bucket/dream list? i thought so.
even if it’s car talk. even if i’m that guy from a show (burned in my memory, mind you) who called in to ask what in heaven’s name is “710” and how it affected his car. after much back-and-forth, click and clack determined that the guy had failed to turn the cap right-side up and was simply lacking O-I-L. see? this is just one of one million reasons why npr has a special place in my heart.
turns out, when that place in my heart is merged with the sister place in my heart- i start the initial stages of hyperventilating and have to remember to breathe…it’s just all so exciting.
so good job, doctor sister. i remain, as always, your biggest fan.