Off the stage, I hug my son, and arm in arm we walk to our table. There are news and movie crews and cameras everywhere, outside and in. “Mom, I’m gonna go find a camera crew and be on the news”. Elijah starts to leave the building. “Elijah” I say, “you can’t just walk up to the cameraman and be on the news”. “Watch me” he says and he walks out the door and disappears. I’m alarmed. Where’s he going? I quickly pack up my oboe, sling my pack on my back, walk outside expecting to be frantically searching for my son, and there he is, microphone already strung through his clothes and attached to his shirt. He’s being interviewed for the documentary “Trek Nation” produced by Eugene (Rod) Roddenberry, son of Star Trek’s creator, Gene Roddenberry. I’m asked to sign a release, which I do, and Eugene is so impressed with Elijah that they arrange to interview him again the next day, and they do – for an hour. What are the chances he’ll be in the movie? They’ve interviewed hundreds of people about the positive, nurturing, enriching impact of Star Trek on their lives. We won’t be notified. If he’s in the movie we’ll know only by seeing it. Later that afternoon, we met Eugene by chance. “Hey buddy”, he said, “you’re in”, and he gave Elijah his autograph.