Undercover Space Explorer Umbrella
If things had gone differently, I could be in the desert peering into a telescope and plotting the galaxy's day to day activity. While I'm happy with my current job, from time to time I consider the route I could have taken, had I focused on astronomy instead of writing. Perhaps I drifted off the astronomer route when I wrote a book about space when I was in fourth grade. In what could be considered creative nonfiction, I explored each of the nine planets (because Pluto was considered a planet then) on my rocket, dubbed the 'AKB,' after my initials. As soon as I opened this umbrella, I thought of the 'AKB' and my love of all things in the cosmos. Underneath the cosmic blue sheen of this umbrella's outer layer is a depiction of our sun, the (now) eight planets, the asteroid belt, a lone comet, and faint stoic stars in the distance. This diagram is repeated four times, so anyway you look up, you can see the whole solar system. So, no matter what the future has in store for me, I can always explore space while under my umbrella. -Angela, Fashion Writer
- Shell:100% Nylon. Lining: 100% Polyester.
- 36 inches in length. 42 inches in diameter.
- Leave umbrella open to dry.
- Elegant wood crook handle. Pinch proof runner. Manual open and close. Single cover stick umbrella. HIFI solar system print design.