june 2015

Aaron's Note

 I have a good example of that happening. My dad ounce bought a robot called I-Sobot. That thing was really cool. It could walk, balance on one foot, talk, and do karate.

   Spend money on that item, gadget, or robot toy. Of course, we want to find out if it's useful. Other times we just think it's cool. And out might come childhood imagination. 
   Take permission to order that new thing that you might never use. Learn and release stress. And if you have fun, robotics becomes part of the great part of life that's worth living.
    Hey, my birthday is coming up...