Archive | September, 2013

NASA: A father and son short story

5 Sep

NASA: A father and son short story

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Tadalena Warner

Another Space Shuttle launch at Cape Canaveral, Florida Image Copyright Tadalena Warner

Another Space Shuttle launch at Cape Canaveral, Florida
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Excited and ready for the best show on earth! Image Copyright Tadalena Warner
Excited and ready for the best show on earth!
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Patiently waiting... Image Copyright Tadalena Warner
Patiently waiting…
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T-minus and counting... Image Copyright Tadalena Warner
T-minus and counting…
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Anticipation is HIGH!!! Image Copyright Tadalena Warner
Anticipation is HIGH!!!
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BLAST OFF!!!  ...where did the kid go? Image Copyright Tadalena Warner
BLAST OFF!!! …where did the kid go?
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Mission Control, we have a problem. Little Man:  "What do you mean they get to leave?" Image Copyright Tadalena Warner
Mission Control, we have a problem.
Little Man: “What do you mean they get to leave?”
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"It's okay son, we will see them again soon." Image Copyright Tadalena Warner
“It’s okay son, we will see them again soon.”
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"All systems go, things are cooling down." Image Copyright Tadalena Warner
“All systems go, things are cooling down.”
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TWSeems Little Man was not informed the shuttle would leave not to mention make so much noise when they did. Image Copyright Tadalena Warner

Seems Little Man was not informed the shuttle would leave not to mention make so much noise when they did.
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The shuttle experience may not have gone as hoped, but there is one thing this little tiger can say for certain, his mom kicks it harder than your mom. Image Copyright Tadalena Warner
The shuttle experience may not have gone as hoped, but there is one thing this little tiger can say for certain, his mom kicks it harder than your mom.
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TIME

1 Sep

TIME

01Sept2013

The weight of waiting is quite irritating

Time slows down I commence to frown

When time speeds up, I’m falling down drunk

Keep up, slow up, I’m about to throw up

but do not fear, Speedy Time Man is near

He knows when I frown and turns me a clown

Impatient I wait for him to contemplate them

turning up the rotation so again is elation

winding down my frustration leaving me complacent – Tadalena Warner