Grand Bay, Alabama

“My smallest one, Lydia, she’s a smart one. The other day she came up to me with baking soda and vinegar to ask if she could use them. I told her I didn’t have the time to help. She got this real pouty face and was like, ‘Daddy, if you won’t let me do chemical reactions on my own, then how I’m gonna be a nuclearphysicst some day?’ I don’t know where in the world this is coming from. The only thing I wanted to be growing up was a ghostbuster.”

“My smallest one, she’s a smart one. The other day she came up to me with baking soda and vinegar to ask if she could use them. I told her I didn’t have the time to help. She got this real pouty face and was like, ‘Daddy, if you won’t let me do chemical reactions on my own, then how I’m gonna be a nuclear physicist some day?’ I don’t know where in the world this is coming from. The only thing I wanted to be growing up was a ghostbuster.”

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