As part of my on-going museum fascination, my daughters and I stopped by the Burlington library today to check out a Smithsonian traveling exhibit about human evolution. Pointing to one panel, I (no doubt, tediously) explained to my 11-year-old about the progression of homo sapiens’ brain development depicted by a series of illustrations.
My girl pointed to a nearby rack of magazines with a crazy-haired illustration of our nation’s current commander-in-chief and laughed. We’ve progressed?
Which pretty much ended my history lesson.
We walked down the street for coffee and little cupcakes.
If I had my life to live over again, I would have made a rule to read some poetry and listen to some music at least once every week.
– Charles Darwin