The wind didn’t technically blow me off my bike. But I would bike a lot and not go anywhere. Or bike a lot and go sideways. Going sideways was not the plan. So then I just walked home.
But I did get to see something new today! It’s called the DTE, in alphabet soup language. In it, you get to touch an actual moon rock. A real moon rock.
It wasn’t there today, because Crawford (isn’t that such a fun name?) was just showing a few of us the setup of the space.
It’s basically this little trailer that goes around the world spreading NASA love and joy.
It has a rumble floor.
What’s not to love?
I’ll be helping out with this fun-sized, rolling NASA exhibit on Saturday.
P.S. I’m really nervous someone is just going to take the moon rock and walk off with it. Or that someone’s going to ask me a question that I don’t know the answer too, but think I know the answer too, so I’ll answer them with lots of conviction. But really, I’ll just be spreading falsehoods, thinking they’re truthhoods…