But we best hurry, as Annabelle is getting tired of creepy, pupil-less ponies staring at her when she's in bed. We have started to get some eyes on a few of them.
Annabelle helped paint some apples on a tree.
As we listened it, it struck me that I have heard EVERY SINGLE QUESTION the astros were asked. In fact, I'd heard each question multiple times before. (What do you eat? How do you go to the bathroom, .) And these weren't elementary school kids asking them, it was reporters. I mean, c'mon, you get to interview an astronaut live from space and all you can do is ask him about the friggin' bathroom? A question that's been asked 1,000x before, and one where the answers on the topic are so readily available via the Google, etc. To me, it just seemed like such lazy 'reporting.'
To the astronauts' credit, they took it all with a smile and were detailed and gracious in their responses.
OBTUSE: More protractor action today. Check out this exciting shot!
After much consternation, they finally realized that the easiest way to figure it out would be to draw a circle around the large angle, and then figure out the measurement by measuring the smaller portion of the circle left. Once they measured the small angle, they could subtract it from 360, and get the size of the larger angle.