I chaperoned Danny’s third grade class on a trip to the Museum of Science and Industry today. I remember going there on field trips when I was his age…they’re a lot more about the science than the industry now, which is FTW.
That’s a great bunch of kids, and spending a day with them was an excellent way to get outside of my own head for a few hours, a head which, this Truthful Tuesday, is somewhere no one should be forced to be right now.
ETA photo credit: Danny’s teacher, Miss Kennedy

I chaperoned Danny’s third grade class on a trip to the Museum of Science and Industry today. I remember going there on field trips when I was his age…they’re a lot more about the science than the industry now, which is FTW.

That’s a great bunch of kids, and spending a day with them was an excellent way to get outside of my own head for a few hours, a head which, this Truthful Tuesday, is somewhere no one should be forced to be right now.

ETA photo credit: Danny’s teacher, Miss Kennedy

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  1. quixotekid said: I haven’t been to S&I in decades. Used to be my favorite place to visit every year my family would go to the Dodgers/Cubs series at Wrigley. German U Boat!
  2. monkeyfrog said: Such a great photo! When we were growing up in Clinton, IA, we would have three hours each way bus rides to come into the city and see the museums for different classes. I loved those trips so much. It was intimidating but awesome.
  3. halfbakedidea said: GREAT shot. Looks like a still from a film.
  4. apricotica said: This is a cool picture.
  5. frageelay said: This could be my Aaron. Such a sweet photo.
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