It has been very cold out, but we have been enjoying going out and playing with bubbles. Yesterday we were out for hours, experimenting as the day warmed up slightly. We also used different bubble solutions and different ways to blow bubbles. It was a fun science experiment!
We even had fun destroying the frozen bubbles.
If you click on a thumbnail, you can see a larger sized slideshow of the pictures.
This is why I often let the kids pose themselves for pictures. After spending most of the weekend playing light saber games, these are the perfect pictures to remember the weekend playing with friends.
It was a beautiful day to go outside and play with my camera. It was a challenge trying a technique that Mark asked about the other day. It is more difficult than I imagined to get a good picture while twisting the camera lens!
This evening Audrey taught a class on Monarchs to fifteen adults, most who are studying to be Indiana Master Naturalists. She did a wonderful job getting her slide presentation ready and sharing what she has learned about butterflies. Since her class last year, she has grown and matured a lot, and she presented a well polished seminar.
After class, one of the gentlemen expressed surprise that she was only thirteen years old. He thought she was at least eighteenÂ or nineteenÂ as composed and mature as she presented herself. Allan, who never heard her presentation, was able to make it to this one and thought she did “pretty good.”