This weekend we had a lot of fun visiting the Franklin Institute Science Museum for a Pixar Exhibit and the Six Flags at New Jersey! It was a good break before the tremendous amount of work we’re going to do this upcoming work. It was fascinating to see how the Pixar movies I’ve obsessed over since I was a little child were made. Learning that rendering a single frame took more than 24 hours made me understand the importance of technology in the making of a film. The next day, we went to Six Flags and rode all the scary-looking rollercoasters- until torrential rain started pouring. Unfortunately we had to go back after the rain, but still got to keep all the pictures and memories!