Today brought with it a late summer visit to Children's Hospital Orange County.
Starring Victor's R2 and Mike Senna's WALL•E.
Since I'm the only one taking pictures, I'm the only one not in the pictures.
We visited patients in their rooms. On a good note, it seemed there were fewer kids needing hospitalization on this visit.
We also visited the activity rooms. The kids were there, but they are purposefully out of frame.
The usual staff and family members taking pictures.
Mike has a new way of autographing my droid. Rather than employing the traditional method of using a marker, he uses the WALL•E drivetrain and tread system. This is the third such autograph WALL•E has applied to my droid in less than a year. That WALL•E is one jealous robot.
The good thing about these scratch-built PVC foot shells is that when they break, it's almost always on a clean seam.
A quick application of Oatey PVC glue, and it's good as six years old.
The repair is already done and the foot shell is back on the droid, ready for the next event.