Some students demonstrated our appreciation for our school’s housekeeping staff by throwing them a huge banquet!
In celebration of succesfully planning and hosting the wonderful banquet mentioned above, my co-leader and I took our team out to the Science Center!
First, we made silly putty. I was obsessed with goo/silly putty as a child! I made my dad buy me tons of that stuff whenever we went to Toys R Us. The texture really appealed to me, and it still does!
This guy helped me squeeze out the excess borax from my glue + paint + glitter (LOTS of glitter) concoction. Thanks man.
Looking at the animals:
Look how pink and cute they were as babies!
We didn’t have time to look at the dinosaur exhibit, but I took a passing pic of one spectacular T-rex:
The rest of our time was spent solving brain teaser puzzles and building bridges and arches. 🙂
Hopefully I’ll have some time to do more “just because” photoshoots. I recently discovered the work of Elizabeth Gadd, a 21-year old self-taught photographer from Canada. She’s just like me, except for the Canada part! Her work is so inspiring to me. I’m super excited to go home for Thanksgiving tomorrow, so perhaps I can try out some concepts that have been stewing in my head.
Thanks for reading!
UPDATE: I did end up doing a photoshoot! Girl in Field