Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Bubbles Galore


My cats love bubbles. They will run in from another room if they hear me opening a container of bubbles. Accordingly, I've been doing some internet research on bubble recipes.

Bubble Recipe Sites:


1. This link includes a jell-o bubble recipe.
2. Bubble art (may be a bit advanced if your primary audience is two cats).
3. Lots of links to bubble recipes.
4. The definitive source, it seems.

The more I write the word bubble the weirder it looks. Apparently it's from the Middle English bubelen, to bubble. My source?

bubble. (n.d.). The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. Retrieved January 16, 2008, from Dictionary.com website: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/bubble

Can you tell I'm in the middle of editing an academic paper and looking for distractions?!

3 comments:

bakezoid said...

Awesome bubble photo; print a big one of it , frame it and hang it on the wall!

Amy

Prasanta said...

Hi,
I am researching on dynamics of bubble like objects. Can I use the photograph for my dissertation ? This is for academic purpose and no commercial interest.

--Prasanta

Rachel said...

Sorry, it's not my photo! You can click on the link to find the site where I found it, though.