No, really, he's a rocket scientist.
It's not a big turn on for me. Matter of fact, I don't really care about rockets.
But I do love my rocket scientist.
I've spent the 4th of July watching rocket launches for the last 25 years.
Not a big deal for me but a REALLY, REALLY big deal for my rocket scientist.
We had a much bigger recovery team this year.
The recovery team dwindled by the end of the morning and they were hot and tired when the show was over.
Eli helped his buddy, Lawson, build his own rocket. It was so much fun to experience a rocket launch through a first-timer's eyes.
Sometimes things don't work out the way a rocket scientist hopes. That gives him something to work on July 5th...and the rest of the summer. Damage repair takes a lot of time and patience. It sure did look pretty during the launch.
Well, I think the rocket launch is growing in popularity. And I'm happy about that! Mitch will have little rocket scientists building and launching rockets and I will have a bigger social event. We'll both be happy :)