It's the day of my oldest son's birthday party. After weeks of planning, the day had finally arrived, and we were headed to the Planetarium for an awesome show. What could possibly go wrong at the Planetarium?
NINE-YEAR OLD CHILDREN. THAT'S WHAT CAN GO WRONG.
I'm a firm believer in the theory that a child's behavior is mostly determined by the behavior of those around them. If one child starts behaving like a monkey on Pixie Sticks, the others follow suit. Unfortunately, one of the children at the party behaved like a monkey on Pixie Sticks.
The director of the Planetarium put on a great show for the kids and they all loved it. They just behaved like heathens and I'm fairly certain that he needed a strong drink or three after we left. To show my thanks, I made this for him:
I used an IKEA Ribba frame, some vinyl and a trial pack of Aleve (which, by the way, I could only find at a gas station. Weird.). I'm hoping that he appreciates the gesture and doesn't ban me from the Planetarium for life. :)
I'm also thinking that, since my son's teacher has these same children in her class, she might need one of these as a teachers gift!
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