For one minute, walk outside, stand there, in silence, look up at the sky and contemplate how amazing life is.
I love that it can't fall on the floor on the side you put everything on, this way :)MersadMersad Donko Photography
Hi Mersad, thanks for looking in. Space matters fascinate me and I thought this was interesting enough to post on the blog.
ha. that is pretty cool,,,,but def imagine the mess if you lost control of it...smiles.
Okay Valerie, this was such an interesting video clip!I've always wanted to try those simulated space stations because I think it would be so cool to feel what it's like with NO gravity; and just FLOAT!And for someone like me, who is forever dropping things, it would be perfect because nothing would ever BREAK - HA!Have a super Saturday, dear lady!X
Hey Brian, I'm imagining it ...grins.
Ron, haha I think I'd be scared I'd never be upright again. It would be an experience to float, that's for sure.
Interesting and pretty cool.
It looked like a peanut butter snake! I like the idea of peanut butter on both sides! I can't get enough of peanut butter!
A fun study of s very serious matter. Peanut butter is one of my favorites and strawberry or grape jam has to be the partner in my sandwich.
I think being on the space station would be amazing. With my love of PB I would love to spread it on both side of the bread.
That is such a hoot watching that peanut butter "gyrating". Sexy PB and J, who knew???
That's pretty neat! I'm always losing the honey off my bread when I try to put it with peanut butter!
Loved it Valerie!
What a thought...on which side to put the jam and jelly in space!
Ah! That Peanut Butter Video!
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