As a Science Fair participant, my older son had to work on a project, (which, as many parents know, means we end up spending money.) This project was no different and soon enough my son told us he needed to print photos to make the display board look more interesting. Since our printer is horribly outdated, we headed to Wal-Mart’s photo center.
As we worked on one of the computers to upload and print the photos, our younger son played on another touch screen right next to us, clicking around to amuse himself. At one point he clicked on the language option and told me “Look! You can do it in Spanish!” — But the fact that there was a Spanish option available didn’t surprise me.
What surprised me was that above the English option was an American flag… And above the Spanish option was…
another American flag. Kind of symbolic don’t you think?