My sister was getting married, and I was one of her bridesmaids.
She was so excited and looked forward to my daughter and her joining her in Evansville, Indiana.
We booked a flight and flew out a week to the wedding day. I had taken my annual leave from town and intended to relax after the wedding before flying back home. After the wedding, she went on her honeymoon, and we stayed in her house. It was in a lovely neighbourhood away from the noisy areas and had excellent air conditioning. The HVAC system was perfect because it was so hot and humid in the city. One morning, we were having breakfast when my daughter brought up a topic I had been dreading. I had promised her a tour of Evansville, and she already had a place picked out where she wanted to go. It was the Children’s Museum of Evansville. The museum was located downtown and covered a whole 18000 square feet. The thought of the massive place made me shudder, but a promise is a debt. We put on our walking shoes the following morning and headed to the museum. It turned out to be the next experience of my life because we got to bond so much with my daughter. We were encouraged to experience the place together, and I was glad to hear her ask so many intelligent questions. We also got to do many fun activities together, including climbing and playing the laser harp. With so many wonderful things to do and see, the museum wasn’t as massive as it had been the previous day. On the first floor of the building, we spent time at the Freedom gallery and Quack factory. My daughter also enjoyed the Work Smart Technical and Mechanical exhibit as someone who loved technology.