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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

THAT's COOL!! #WordlessWednesday

 With  our freezing temps lasting so long around here...my daughter's mind started wondering what a frozen water balloon would look like--WHERE DOES SHE COME UP WITH THESE THINGS??!!!???!

Well we learned after four days berried in the snow it looks 

COOL!!!!

I had a little photo-shop fun with the ice too =D





24 comments:

  1. That is cool! I wish we had enough snow left I could do that with Boo, but we are almost melted away. It's cold enough for it, though!

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  2. Nice and also for your daughter's curiosity on things- that's a sign of being smart

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  3. That is VERY cool. I like the way she thinks!

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    1. yep and the next one she's going to add a drop of food color --that should be cool too =D

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  4. VERY COOL! Tell her next time to add food coloring to the water!

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  5. Brilliant minds do brilliant experiments. :)

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  6. Very cool! My daughter would love to do an experiment like this. I'll have to remember this for the next time it's freezing here (hopefully that won't be until next winter!).

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    1. she's going to do it again and add color--will be neat to compare the two

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  7. Very cool ice ball. Love the close up pic of the cracks.

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    1. I had fun with those in photo shop---very cool effects show another side =D

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  8. That's a fun experiment! And the ice does look really neat.

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  9. Very cool! My kids would love that.

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    1. Lots of fun--I was thinking we could serve frozen yogurt in them (in another real bowl of course) would be a blast!

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  10. Great idea! I had plans to do this for my snow sculpture contest in Grand Lake, I filled balloons with water, it didn't work so well because I had no idea it would take days to freeze. Who Knew?

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  11. That's such a great idea! Love it! I guess this is what my husband was talking about the other day when he said he can't wait for our little guy to grow up ;). Then we can do things like this with him!

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  12. Love your gorgeous photos here! What a great idea.

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  13. She has a creative and inquisitive mind. :)

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  14. That does look really cool. My nephew loves doing experiments.

    Michelle F.

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  15. It's 70 degrees where I am no way will we be able to do that lol

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