Galactic Blast

Wildman participated in Vacation Bible School at the church where he went to preschool.  Can you see him with his mouth wide open in the front row?  He was at the church every morning from 9-noon eating healthy space-themed snacks like Pop Rocks on green sherbet…  I joke about it because the preschool is super concerned with providing the healthiest of snacks to the children.  The VBS staff?  Not so much…  The more sugar the better.  The kids, of course, love it!

The church volunteers go all out to make the VBS experience as amazing as possible.  This year was no exception with the Galactic Blast theme.  The highlight of the finale program was the “lift off” of a huge model rocket.  It didn’t really leave the stage but it was impressive nonetheless with blinking lights and smoke.

I was happy to see that Wildman had such a great time.  He did all of the choreography for all of the songs in the program.  He even insisted on giving me a preview in our living room earlier in the week.  We cranked the Galactic Blast CD up and rocked out 🙂

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Angela
    Jun 29, 2010 @ 08:58:22

    Hee hee…love that picture with his mouth open like that!

    Reply

  2. Sharon Bliss
    Jul 26, 2011 @ 15:13:45

    Can you tell me how you made the smoke etc. for the rocket to pretend to take off?

    Reply

    • adventuresoffour
      Jul 26, 2011 @ 15:47:19

      Hi! I did not make this rocket but I believe the smoke was made using a fog machine. Many party supply places have them. Especially around Halloween time.

      Reply

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