When our kids were telling myself and others that all of us should go out and do something, I asked everybody what they actually wanted to do; one of our kids actually recommended that all of us go to an amusement park, but I said that would be way too fancy and I wasn’t entirely trying to do that on the fly, another child said all of us could go to a skating park.
Of course that was our eldest child who enjoys skateboarding with his friends all of the time.
Our youngest said that all of us should go to the beach, but I was saying how it was way too frigid outside to try to relax at the beach. It’s true, it was nearly 20 degrees outside and the others agreed there was no way they would want to do that in the winter. I recommended instead that all of us go to a museum; the local museum always had awesome temperature control settings and I heard they had a new UV air purification plan installed since the last time all of us had ventured there. All the kids actually liked the system because there were a lot of cool interactive calculus displays and other interesting things at the museum… When all of us got there, I was excited that the air quality was good with that new UV air purification plan now working; you entirely could tell the difference from the last visit, it was that impressive. The people I was with and I had a good time for a while but then it started to become incredibly hot. I was actually starting to sweat and I wondered if it was just myself and others at first. Turns out, the heating plan went on the fritz and they had to call the heating and air conditioning corporation for emergency repair services… Fortunately, the museum offered us free admission vouchers for our next visit due to the inconvenience of the heating plan being on the fritz.