Q: What did you see or do [at the Science Center] that was memorable?
A: Nothing that stands out. On that particular day, I was more of a follower [laughs], watching my daughter going from exhibit to exhibit. That was her goal, to get all of her stamps. [NOTE: There was a “passport” activity provided by the Science Center designed to encourage children to visit exhibits throughout the museum.] I tried to get her to slow it down a little bit to learn about all of the different things that were going on in the exhibit at that particular time. That was a little difficult, she was just happy to be somewhere. We concentrated on food groups for humans, because to me that’s important —making sure she understands a balanced meal and things of that nature. My daughter was also fascinated by Tess. [Tess is described in the previous chapter.]
Q: So, you saw the show?