This is a 6-year-old boy named Scott. He is in his last year of kindergarten and has just learned to make a paper airplane. He is trying to see how far it can go. He has parents who work in the aerospace industry. Scott doesn't want to make airplane parts or design aircrafts -- he wants to fly a plane himself. Dreaming about his future, he aims the paper airplane at the other side of the classroom. It flies out steadily, unlike paper planes made by most kiddos, and eventually hits the wall. In Scott's eyes, however, he sees the plane turn into a real plane, dashing through the wall and lifting itself into the firmament. He cannot wait to fly a real plane.