Notes from last year
- Several folks have asked me how the students who worked with Dorothy and
Dona Davis on their twins project are doing. Here's the report.
>Here's info on Elizabeth:
>Here's a note from Kristi,
>Hello from Iowa! Great to hear from you. I would love to hear how all
>has been with you also. I haven't heard from Elizabeth for awhile, the
>last I heard she was living in Sioux Falls, but if I hear more I will
>make sure to let you know. Well I am over half way through my first
>year in dental school. It has been a very challenging experience and I
>can't say that I love it but I hope it gets better. I have started
>working on research here. I am getting involved in a project which
>involves dental care in nursing homes. We are going to look at patients
>with dementia and the observe the difficult behaviors that arise with
>dental care and feeding and compare the two. I will keep you updated on
>how that is going. The neat thing is that I have been looking alot at
>Jeanie Kayser Jones work, who is an anthropologist in California. I was
>excited to see some anthropological work. I really do miss it and am
>stil l having doubts in my career choice, but oh well. That is pretty
>much all that is happening in my life.
>See you in Savannah!
>Elizabeth is working for the Red Cross. I'll keep trying to get in
>touch. I know she is because I see big bilboard posters of her all over
>SF. She is standing by some machine something and the tagline is I save