"Once our eyes are opened, we can't pretend we don't know what to do. God who weighs our hearts and keeps our souls knows that we know, and holds us responsible to ACT"...Proverbs 24:12
















Thursday, November 29, 2012


Went to a children's museum today to see a King Tut Exhibit.

Big Mistake.

The exhibit scared the girls so we practically ran through it, and the snakes in the glass tanks made me believe that they saw their neighbors mauled by snakes...now I know that many people are scared of snakes...but this just goes beyond what I could have imagined. 
 
 Like, I've never seen fear that strong before...in my life- it looked like I was shielding children from bullets escaping from a war zone.  (again- defiantly should have had my sign for this one!)

 

Off to the planetarium to relax under the stars...

Watching the moving objects in the planetarium show made Jules completely sick.

We had to make a swift exit before she was about to throw up...poor girl was dizzy for 20 minutes!

 

I asked them if they liked the children's museum and they shouted, "NO!"

 

Back to our bubble...this may be a long winter!
 
 

 

 

2 comments:

Greg McDermott said...

So no '6 flags' any time soon either. Start off small like the apple fest size rides, then like lake compounce, Quassey. If they like that, then its 6 flags time. Its not for everyone.

Greg McDermott said...

Here in the US, we take solace that we will not be truly frightened much in our lives. We do not have to defend ourselves, fear for our well being, fear that we will be abused, fear for our next meal. It is something we take for granted and are raised to accept, that we will have backyard barbecues, go to church on Sundays, have good employment, and generally go through life without fear. Not so in most other places where you fear what is just around the corner or in the next building.