Day 93: Three Ways to Burst a Bubble


There's something magical about bubbles!

A few years ago, my friend gave me a bubble machine for my birthday.  Granted, I’m a grown lady, but who can resist floating bubbles?  I’ve even seen children try to eat them, which is rather strange.  Bubbles are fun, and nobody wants their bubble burst!  However, here are a few bubbles that may have burst:

Did Crayola get their bubble burst? Crayola found a way to make colorful bubbles, which sold off the shelves almost immediately.  Unfortunately, whatever the bubbles touch seem to change colors.  Parents are unhappy.  How will Crayola recover from this bubble burst?

Did Bubbles burst Michael Jackson’s image? When Michael Jackson brought Bubbles home to sleep in a crib in his bedroom, rumors began to fly.  After all, not many people would share their bedroom with a chimpanzee.  Among other kinds of odd behavior, perhaps Bubbles did help burst Jackson’s image.  Today, Bubbles lives at the Center for Great Apes in Florida.

Did space bubbles burst into new ideas? The way water boils in space is quite different from how it boils on earth according to research being done in NASA’s Discovery space shuttle.  They believe that electronics might be kept cooler in space when boiling things.  Thanks to new discoveries being made in space, we learn more about bubbles and how opposites help each other.

If you, like me, enjoy chasing bubbles, try to learn something before they burst.  Most good things come to an end at some point.  If we can enjoy them while they are with us, that’s a great adventure.  Let’s go chase some bubbles today!

“But all bubbles have a way of bursting or being deflated in the end.”  Barry Gibb


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