Hey look, an entire day that gets it's own post! Haven't seen one of those in a while! We went to lunch with my mother-in-law and we were going to go to Esparanzas, but at the last minute we decided to go to Joe T Garcias. I've never been a huge fan, but it was different and I had their tortilla soup which is actually pretty good. After that, we decided to got to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. It was kind of a spur of the moment thing. We bought the complete package and got to go to the planetarium, the museum and see an iMax movie. Here's what nerds we are:
First stop the planetarium. I actually learned a few things, but I am pretty sure the narrator guy was still mad about Pluto being deemed a dwarf planet. He seemed pretty upset about it.
Then it was on to the cowboy exhibit. This cow stood perfectly still for me.
I think they were discussing how cool they would be if they were cowboys.
This part of the exhibit told you what all cows are used for. It was kind of gross.
Then we went to the aerospace exhibit where I tried to get either Judi or Ditz to stand in front of this sign and point to their career. Neither would. Boo on them.
Then we saw dinosaurs and ran into our neighbors. How weird is that?
This is my photo of the day. I came really close to choosing a photo that Ditz took, but I refrained. It's my project. Anyway, I had to power this part of the town and then take the picture. It's tough work.
This is one where I am trying to figure out exactly what I was doing or looking at. I have no idea.
This one taken by Ditz. It's the entrance.
This one was also taken by Ditz. This was a cool slide that the kids could play on.
We were in the kaleidoscopic. We tried to get a picture of all of us. It didn't really work.
So Ditz stepped out and we tried again. This is the first of several pictures where we were annoyed by little kids. Can't you see the grown ups are playing?
I told you we were nerds.
This would have been my photo of the day if I was going to use one of Ditz's pictures. Again, we are nerds and I am OK with that. After all, there was a dinosaur trying to eat us and no one was helping us. Even those people behind the dinosaur were just casually walking away as if it was no big deal. Dinosaurs eat humans every day.
We waited forever to ride this turtle. I think the parents of the little kids waiting to ride the turtle might have thought we were special.
And then because we'd spent so long at the museum it was actually time to eat again. We went to Tillman's which has to be the best food I've ever eaten and then we actually got dessert. Something we haven't had in months. And yes, it made me sick. But it was totally worth it.