At a very young age I fell in love with anthropology along with bones. I also obtained my first fibula close to this realization what I wanted to do with my life. Without knowing it I slowly but surely became obsessed with bones and anthropology. Through high school I was thinking of what I could do with this old love of mine. It went from being a mortician to a forensic detective. It wasn't until I reached university level when I saw first hand of what I wanted to do...teach physical anthropology. On the first day of that class I was expecting just to learn about evolution, but I got so much more out it. Throughout that one semester I got to study bones, learn about human ancestors (of which you can find the one that Lucy was a part of at the top of this page), hereditary traits, and so much more. Needless to say after that class whet my appetite I needed more. I took every class my university's resident physical anthropologist offered. Now here I am, 20 years after I discovered my first love and 6 years after realizing what I want to do with the rest of my life as a true anthropologist. There's just one problem, I'm not a true physical anthropologist. But throughout what I have learned and experienced through school and my internship at a museum that that dream is getting closer and closer to becoming a reality. With that I welcome you to my website. Enjoy the rantings of an anthropologist and I hope that in some of them you may learn something.