I’m sitting in an Athens hotel with a cup of coffee pondering my last few hours in Europe. We’ve had a fabulous vacation, the longest I’ve ever taken in my life. At the same time, I’m looking forward to getting home.
I’ve tried to keep you abreast of the psychology-related events that occurred while we were in Europe, but internet access has been too sketchy, and we’ve been too busy having fun to post everything. Here are a few random snapshots I never managed to post:
A cool “rainbow cloud” from Tuscany, which I had intended to post as a demonstration of why the spectrum doesn’t include all the colors we can perceive:
Greta and me in front of the Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna:
Me being “psychoanalyzed” by the Sigmund Freud action figure:
You may think you’re in charge now, Siggy, but wait until we get you back to Greta’s lab, where you’ll have to battle the Data action figure from Star Trek!