is here: My son and 3 other students finished their summer science internships today by making presentations to their relatives (and some actual real scientists). My son's was entitled "Solar Particle Events and their Impact on Lunar Missions." I would be happy to explain what it was about but I have no clue other than it isn't good to have a solar particle event and a lunar mission at the same time. The other students presented on localities' readiness for disasters (not ready); systems for electronic medical records (not ready); and the government's track record in predicting solar particle events (not good). Let's hope these kids straighten out the world soon! The really great thing is that my Mom went! She looked pretty spiffy -- makeup, jewelry, hair done. Between my baby standing up there lecturing scientists and my Mom being able to attend, I shed a tear! I only wish Andy's other grandparents lived nearby and could have been there. Can you tell which guy is Andy? (Hint: he's not wearing a suit and tie!). Tonight we are surprising Andy with a little gift and here's the card I made to go with it. Supplies Used: Stampin Up Bordering Blue cardstock and Only Orange marker; Memories Black ink; Prismacolor pencils; Creative Memories wavy cutter thing; Beckett's Expression #80 cardstock; and Amuse Twinkle dot for the rooster's eye. And the stamps? Technique Tuesday's NEW Dog and Pony Show clear set. The phrase is straight, but I was able to adjust it on the acrylic block to give it a little curve. If you look closely at this picture, you'll see that I stamped the rooster twice -- once on top of the blue and white card and then again on a piece of white cardstock and cut out a bit of its body. I did this to avoid having part of the rooster's neck look blue! Have a nice weekend and don't forget to look below and check out my contest!!