Jenny Hintze

"We are the music makers and we are the dreamers of dreams." – Willy Wonka

Our first fieldtrip! October 29, 2009

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Yesterday Jack and I went to this interactive theater in Houston and watched a play about the history of Houston. I actually didn’t realize it was about Houston until we got there. I thought it was about Texas in general. Anyway, we got in free and Jack had a good time. AND…shockingly enough, I didn’t get lost coming or going. That is a miracle. Here are a few pictures I took during the play. There were just four actors and they just ran around like crazy people pretending to be different characters. It was really pretty amusing. Jackson really enjoyed it but said he didn’t learn anything. Typical.


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Then we went to Cracker Barrel for lunch. I ate way too much great food and then still ate a bag of Sugar Babies on the way home. Jack played this triangle peg game several times. One time (with my help) he ended it with only two pegs left. If you have only one peg left you’re supposedly a genius. Jackson said, “Man! I was almost a genius!” He says the funnies things sometimes.


If Jack’s in the mood the be photographed, he likes to make lots of different weird faces. He does this on his own. I just take the pictures. If Jack’s not in the mood to be photographed, then he hides his face or glares at me or whines.


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This one cracks me up. He looks so pitiful.


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Man, I love that kid and my 50mm lens. But I love the kid more, of course.

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