This also made the "Bodies Worlds" exciting. Groupon had a half off deal for it, so even though I had already been once I decided to buy tickets for us and her parents. Because she had said she would kind of like to go.
The first time I visited the exhibit, it was a slightly busier day, but I still spent almost two hours there and read every word of every card. Being with a family of people who aren't quite as fascinated with anatomy as me, the time was cut down to forty-five minutes. And Brealynn had to walk behind me most of the time to block the vast majority of it. I was slightly worried the entire duration of it that I was going to be leaving with vomit on my back. True story.
Afterwards though we explored the rest of the Science Center. One of the most entertaining things was a machine that would roll a ball dependent on how much brain activity you had. The more you had, the closer the ball came towards you. The object of the game was to get the ball to the other person's side. Turns out girls are horrible at this. I beat Brealynn in all of about five or ten seconds. Then I played her father. After five or ten minutes of a stalemate, we gave up. See that little monitor by our sides? That measures the brain activity. My spikes were my occasional laughs when I would look up. But at least I have scientific proof now that when I say I'm thinking about nothing, I really mean it.
I even got to build stuff.
All in all it was a pretty good day.