We’ve spent a fair number of days on a plane in the last six months with trips to Atlanta for Christmas, San Francisco for spring break and again to S.F. for a house hunting trip. While I think much of what the TSA does qualifies as “security theater” I’m always careful to keep my opinion to myself, especially around the kids.
You can imagine my surprise then, when I came down to the breakfast table this week and found the following note from Senator Padmé Amidala (a.k.a. Emma Northcutt) waiting for me:
Apparently she’d used an editorial from the L.A. Times about laptops and privacy rights in the airport as a part of her current events homework. It is amazing how the littlest things heard or read can be incorporated into the thoughts of our children.
Parents be on your best behavior!