I joked to Joel, right before I left, that I was going to D.C. and not coming back (I’m a bit sick of teaching calculus this summer).
So, not only am I not coming back, I’m going to the Moon! Here’s my bunk:
Okay, maybe not really, but I did plan to pack for the trip to Mars and touch a meteorite from Mars. Isn’t it amazing that even in museums, avatars and virtual simulations have become a part of the learning for children (okay, and maybe adults too!)
And, who’s cupboards are as organized as these on this theoretical space ship to the Moon?
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