4 Responses to Balloon Heads

  1. browse September 20, 2009 at 4:24 pm #

    I assume they are learning about static electricity; rubbing balloons against their heads and then feeling the balloon hang there from the static.

  2. Sandy Martin September 20, 2009 at 5:17 pm #

    Clearly a science experiment greeted with … um … their dad’s enthusiasm?

  3. Sine Botchen September 20, 2009 at 9:17 pm #

    hmm.. was gonna say science museum/static electricity thingy.. but seems one of them is still in PJ’s? So then I changed it to “kids at dad’s gig and entertaining them either before or after said gig..”

    True story.. one my friends parents used to take us to horse races and since we were too young to go inside, we’d hang out in the car in our pajamas (hey, it was the 70’s.. it was legal back then) and play uno and all kinds of card games.
    .-= Sine Botchen´s last blog ..Riding in the rain =-.

  4. Lisa Creech Bledsoe September 21, 2009 at 9:03 am #

    There’s just no telling. Neither Lance nor I have any memory of this. I just realized those are the kinds of balloons that come with a thick rubber band on one end so you can bang them against your fist (remember those?). Maybe we were sick of the noise and told them to find something quieter to do so they stuck them to their heads.

    Why does nobody stick balloons to their heads anymore? It’s prolly good for your brains, stimulating all that electricity.

    Lord have mercy, Sine. Hanging out in the car in your jammies all night at the racetrack! Def a different day, huh?

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