“Starboard view of the White Star Line passenger liner R.M.S. embarking on its ill-fated maiden voyage. April 10, 1912 Near Liverpool, Merseyside, England, UK.”
I met my fiancé Jason when I was a sophomore in high school. We both worked at the local grocery store and, while I was bagging groceries at his register one day, he asked if I wanted to see a movie with him. Our first date went off without a hitch and we have been inseparable ever since. To this day love watching movies, going to dinner, seeing plays, and anything that gets us out of the house.
When we visited COSI during the first year of our relationship, the Titanic Artifact Exhibition was on display. Earlier this summer, when I heard that the Titanic Artifact Exhibition returned to COSI, I knew we had to go back. So many things had changed since we had last visited. One of the most exciting new exhibits at COSI was the WOSU@COSI room where we learned the science behind broadcasting. It was refreshing to see so many families enjoying themselves and learning about the science behind broadcasting.
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