This has been a tiring, fun, LONG weekend. I thought this idea up a couple months ago when I realized July 20th was going to be on a Saturday. It was too perfect, and the co-worker I brought it up to was really into it. However, she couldn’t make it to work to see me (and take pictures) because of a car accident and she had to stay home and recuperate.
That stinks (she’s got the best laugh and I couldn’t wait to see the look on her face), so I got a nice barista at Starbucks to help me out with a picture to send her…
Even better, most of the kiddos I tutored thought it was fun. Made a hot study day a little easier to get through.
Well, had to stop off to fuel up for a crazy day of tutoring (and entertaining) with awesome Earth coffee… in my retro-design Apollo-Houston coffee cup (my favorite one).
Happy 50th anniversary of the Apollo program (and a mighty raspberry to all the moon-landing hoaxers out there).
Also, this is one of the best “last page”s of Smithsonian Magazine that I’ve ever read. I’ve made copies to give to teachers before when I helped out at NASA way back when, and finally found the link.
You bump into a person who believes the “documentaries” about moon-landing hoaxes, read this and mention the last bit when nothing else works:
Hope it was a great weekend (and over the moon)!
(take that, hoaxers)