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Thursday, February 28, 2013

A Lesson Learned and The Imaginarium

"What did you learn in your mission today?"  Mrs. Houston questioned her afternoon Space Center class.  They had just finished the mission Intolerance in the Magellan.

"I learned something," one boy answered.  "I learned that sometimes a team has to make sacrifices for a good thing."

"What do you mean?"  Mrs. Houston asked.

"Well, we wouldn't give the slave back to his owner, so we went to hide in the nebula because our ship was damaged and our other ship Montgomery went out to help us and the Pennou blew it up.  We had to sacrifice one of our ships to do what was right.  Sometimes you have to make a sacrifice to do a good thing."

All in a day's work, at one of the planet's happiest places; the Space Center.

The Imaginarium.
Nourish your imagination; find ways to make the ordinary, extraordinary.















Hogwarts.
One year and thousands of legos.













Don't waste opportunities.


Perhaps, they just have to upset enough of us.



I need a pair of these.




You've got to love Lay's!


A best seller, especially on Mondays.









There are times when creativity is NOT required.



Obviously not.









I wish I would have learned this when I was younger.



His life over the years in pictures.



Strange, isn't it.





Toothbrush.







There is always room for manners


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