So, we’re back from our grueling trip to Dallas, Texas! For only 6 days, we made it there and back! It was very tiring that I myself got a sore and really weary body when we got home last Sunday but at least, everything was a success from such trip.
The main purpose of driving down to Texas was that the husband presented his The Farmer’s Problem problem to a group of Math and Science teachers and pre-service teachers during the 2012 NCTM Regional Conference and Exposition. It was his first time attending such event and I can tell that he had a blast!
The NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) welcome banner at the Dallas Convention Center
The Dallas skyline taken from the Convention Center. Beautiful, isn’t it?
I had to take a snap of his garland ID from the conference so that he can have a souvenir of it, aside from the school materials and resources that he had been given after his presentation.
Indeed, we have had a fantastic 6 days out-of-town experience although most of those were spent being on the road driving. We only spent 1 and a half days in Dallas and we didn’t have the luxury of time to enjoy the place, but it was enough to step foot in Texas for the first time, all four of us. Even if short, trust me, I have hundreds of photos taken from such trip (blame the shutterholic moi!) so expect some to be shared in my blogs soon! I hope you don’t mind. 😀
I don’t know yet where and when the next NCTM Conference will be and if hubby is still going, but I am sure wherever our next adventure will take us, it will be equally fun and memorable, like it always is!
My 243rd of the 292/366 BPC