Turbulent mixing, multiphase flow and process kinetics University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering
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Author: Suzanne

Brickwork in Dublin

May 5, 2014

Sunday night we walked the city, working our way through jet lag and getting our bearings. The details of a new place often hide in the architecture and craftsmanship – like the perfectly rounded, sculpted, and octagonal brickwork in this complicated rooftop.

Raking away the dead leaves…

April 28, 2014

I was out in my garden today raking away the dead leaves. This job always makes me smile because it is such a victory to see the new flowers peeking out of the ground – overcoming the blanket of winter to welcome the sun. It reminds me of teaching design – students overcoming the flood…

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Spring came suddenly…

April 26, 2014

This was Easter weekend in Edmonton…full on snow…one week ago. Last night I found flowers in my garden. 🙂

We are going to Ireland!

April 25, 2014

I come from a line of strong Irish women, full of laughter, insatiably curious, warm, and loving. For many years, I have thought I would go back to Ireland but did not know how or when. The mystery is about to unfold.