This is my second time taking out them. I had to do an assignment for class at the Hall of Science and didn’t want to go alone. Well, Azeria and Jeremiah made sure I knew I wasn’t alone. I had to keep them occupied all day. Even walking up and down the steps I had them counting and adding. Every time I let them be, they would result to arguing and getting into mischief.
Our day was fun and exciting. We took three trains coming and going to the museum. When we got there, we ate and started out our tour. They bothered me about taking them outside to the museum’s children’s golf court. When we got out there, it was all bliss for Jeremiah but Azeria could care less about golf after she saw how hard it was to get that ball into the hole. We probably spent one hour out there.
After playing outside, we went to see the 3-D show the museum offered. It was titled Grand Canyon Adventure at Risk. I enjoyed it the most. I didn’t have to do much to keep them occupied. Azeria fell asleep. I kind of had an idea she would. Jeremiah however was very interested and was asking questions. Because he kept talking, he never fell asleep. Which lead to another argument between them.
The show brought to my attention that the earth was losing water and it’s population was only getting larger. It also made me feel like visiting the Colorado River…a little, cause water is one thing I don’t do.
This pass Saturday, I went to the Museum of Natural History with two little children from my church, Azeria and Jeremiah.
I received museum vouchers when I attended the Young People’s Unity day at my church and planed to go to the museum alone; however, changed my mind and decided to babysit for fun…yeah, I love children that much!
I’m glad I did because we ended up hanging out with Therese and Peter. We met at the museum and had so much fun together that we plan to have another play-date this weekend.
While I enjoyed the Butterfly Garden, the Journey to the Stars and the other exhibitions I thought the Flight of the Butterflies was the best one! It’s a short documentary on the monarch butterflies. It speaks about their journey from the United States to Mexico every fall. Before I watch this documentary I thought the butterflies died at the end of the summer. I didn’t know they actually migrated across seas to a place in Mexico!
At the end of the documentary, two things came to me: God is simply AWESOME and I its time to travel to Mexico!