Portrait 269 – Lester

Today began the Little League softball season for our family. It was the first practice and the first of many hours watching 4th and 5th graders learn the art of fielding and batting. Growing children takes a lot of time. Time that could be spent doing something else… ANYTHING else. Alas, Rosy the robot hasn’t been invented yet and I’m content being present for my children to keep up the facade of a caring parent to reduce future therapy costs. I keed, I keed.¬†About Lester:

I like Pina Coladas and taking long walks off of short piers… Whoops, here is the real one.

I have lived in Hampden with my fabulous family for 10 years. After much time and effort, I received my interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Sensors from the University of Maine in August 2011. In September, I start my new job as a Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Maine in Augusta with a focus on Math Education.

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