The Museum of Collected Items has a new exhibit on the phenomena that makes people see things as they appear, when in actuality they are not anything like that at all. You see the human eye is a deceptive little bugger that makes us think we are looking at an item, when we very well may be looking at an entire collection of items or, even in rare cases, things. You may look at your children as special, when in reality, they are not that different from the whole of humanity, and in fact may be viewed by others as merely ordinary or, dare I say, run of the mill. Don't be disappointed, blame it on our untrustworthy friend the human eye and it's stubborn tendency to make us see one thing and think another. Just like a close up magician or that confounded test my eye doctor gives me that is supposed to be able to tell us whether one letter is clearer than another. Now, do you see how things are not what they appear to be, but what they actually are in reality? Good, then I've done my job. Can we move on?
Please drop by the Museum of Collected Items and enjoy our summer family fun section dedicated to Summer Things To Do To Kill Time. All families with items they no longer need or want and no idea where to put them, are half off for the weekend.
This has been Did You Know With Dr. Joe, a public service of the Museum of Collected Items Where A Collection is Always One Item Away From An Exhibit.