This interactive special exhibition explores the technology behind the fastest vehicles known to man. SPEED: Science in Motion is an immersive and fun adventure for all ages, testing minds and bodies in a unique and engaging environment that features the fastest vehicles mankind has every produced, including space ships, rockets, planes, trains, race cars, motorcycles, jet boats and more! You may want to visit this exhibit more than once as an ever-changing collection of fast vehicles will grace the museum’s floors as new vehicles debut every month.
Butterfly Jungle at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park features 30 different species of thousands of beautiful butterflies. Stroll through the Butterfly Jungle to mingle among butterflies of all colors, shapes and sizes, take photos and learn more about these remarkable winged creatures. Wear bright colors so you will attract the butterflies. They may land on your shoulder or your head! Note: Priority butterfly viewing is available for a nominal fee. Inquire at the Lorikeet Landing ticket booth.
Come learn about and meet a new animal on the last Friday of every month! You’ll get an opportunity to get up close and personal with the animals, hear a special storytime, and participate in a themed craft or activity. Free with museum admission which is $8/person.
Steph and Amber are radio hosts on San Diego’s #1 for New Country KSON and bloggers here on MYSDMOMS.com.
Each week they meet to vent about what’s been going on in their lives as moms and invite you to vent along with them!
Have you mentally scarred your kids by your reaction of them being punished?
Steph tells the story of a palm tree … and spray paint!
Shannon Haines had big plans. She was going to medical school to become a doctor.
But when she got pregnant at 16, she thought that those plans would have to be put on hold permanently.
It turns out that May 5 will be a big day. It’s the day Haines will graduate from the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Shannon never gave up her dream. When her daughter Kaylee was only one year old, Haines graduated from Futures High School in Kirkland, Washington. She attended Craven Community College, majoring in liberal arts, then got a biotechnology degree from University of Nebraska Omaha in 2013.
While Haines did marry the father of her child, they divorced when she was 22.
It’s only the beginning for Shannon Haines. On July 1, she’ll begin her residency through UNMC Pediatrics Residency Program.
Congratulations, Shannon, for not losing sight of your dream!
— Good Morning America (@GMA) March 27, 2018