Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Playing with Fire

Playing with fire is always a fun time in our home, not just because we're latent pyromaniacs, but because fire is all about experimentation. It's always changing, powerful, interesting. Here we are creating a vacuum with a candle—watch the rising water level as the candle uses all the oxygen in the jar.


Deanne said...

Oooooh, that one looks like fun! We'll have to try it. My son LOVES the vacuum experiment where you suck an egg in a milk jar. I lost count of how many times we've done it. Heehee. ;)

Maggie said...

You guys do the most fun things!! Can I come live with you? Seriously, when we have kids I'll definitely be hitting you up for ideas like this! xoxo

Zenmomma said...


The great question of the non-con involves your family. Please oh wise one, enlighten us. Is it pronounced Con-jer or Con-ger? Please....stop the maddening bickering! WAHHHHH!

Wish you were here. :o)


Danielle said...

Thanks all for the comments!

Maggie, you're always welcome, but you know that right?

Mary, it's Conger, with a hard 'g'—just like the eel. Wouldn't want there to be any madness at a non-con, for heaven's sake&madash;at least not without me!

Anonymous said...

Hello Danille..tony asher here (gulp)! just wanted to say "hi" and hope you will write me back at: care and all the best..nice looking family, you must be very proud