I have been to several events (birthdays and a wedding) to observe Made Ya Look Balloons. They are a fine example of two people who love people, and love tying balloons because of the wonder, thrill, and plain old fun children of all ages experience with artfully crafted “rubber tubes of air”. I have seen this in my grandchildren and their friends at a birthday party where balloon swords “clash” together and balloon dragons terrorize a nearby village of balloon sword wielding citizens. I have seen this in my youngest daughter, when she was surprised on her 22nd birthday with a cleverly crafted balloon likeness of “Audrey-Two”, the people eating plant of “Little Shop of Horrors”, and the hilarity of watching her “wrestle” with the carnivore plant balloon - replaying her role as the tragic heroine Audrey. And, I have experienced the wonder of “how did you possibly make that”, and the joy of seeing the laughter and excitement of playing with balloons that have become something much more than simply “rubber tubes of air”.