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Old 11-02-2006, 09:55 PM   #211
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Amy, great chapter! I don't think you're cheating the system. We did the same thing -- you give the fastpasses they ask for, and you take what they give you. Very simple, very honest.
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NAB ~ too funny. I worried everytime NoFear went up that she'd lose those stupid Crocs. And she had the backstrap on. She obviously never did.

NM ~ shoot! Your quote pointed out to me that I left a very important "NOT" out of my sentence. I want APs so that I feel like it is NOT going to be forever before I come back. I am saving my pennies, TFI. Am I allowed to covert the change in my kids piggy banks?

UtMA ~ I have started yours, but have never caught up. Someday I will. Or else I will just say at the end how much I loved it. You are very talented!

YAK ~ you just need to convince my husband of that. Then he would want me to pull out the Codebook and show him where it's written. Am I allowed to forge the Georgia Code? I really wish Disney would have a program for neighboring states like they have for Florida Residents. I'd be all about that seasonal pass!

Marita ~ yes, the story of the moved stroller is coming up. Someday.

Tink ~ I know. I know. I dread the day.

Msblowfish ~ WELCOME!!!! Thanks so much for reading. Hope you are enjoying it. I will try to update more quickly from now on. Promise.

Kimmie ~ I was surprised. I really expected them to require me to hand over one of my fastpasses in order to get the baby switch. To be fair, that is what they should do if everyone else is entering the fastpass line. And we really didn't abuse it, because it took so long just doing the switch. I couldn't stand to hang around for two rounds most of the time. (But we did use it once to go back later, I think.)

I shall try to take a few minutes and work on the next chapter today. After I get some work done.
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Amy - the stroller parking exchange was full on funny. So glad we don't have to do that anymore. And no one has yet to steal one of my high dollar walmart strollers
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Here's something to entertain you...(Amy, they're getting VICIOUS...)

One day, while a blonde was out driving her car, she ran into a truck.

The truck's driver made her pull over into a parking lot and get out of the car.

He took a piece of chalk and drew a circle on the pavement. He told her to stand in the middle and not leave the circle.

Furious, he went over to her car and slashed the tires.

The blonde started laughing.

This made the man angrier so he smashed her windshield.

This time the blonde laughed even harder.

Livid, the man broke all her windows and keyed her car.

The blonde is now laughing hysterically, so the truck driver asks her what's so funny.

The blonde giggles and replies, "When you weren't looking, I stepped out of the circle three times!"
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I'm all caught up again!

Great job! And I must say, your two kids are simply gorgeous! (You and hubby aren't too bad either! )

I hate that we didn't get a chance to meet up with you all but I'm glad to be getting the chance to get to know you here!
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Go Dawgs!Yeah. I've turned into an UGA fan recently. Big surprise.

I got to finally catch up on this a little yesterday during lunch and a little more tonight. I have really enjoyed your TR, GA. Except, I have to take issue with one thing.

While I eschew the use of my screenname as a euphemism for vomit (isn't YAK more apropos?), I feel compelled to correct your misuse of it.

You described the shark as ZZUBing when clearly he isn't. If people are in his mouth, he is merely chewing. Not ZZUBing. As ZZUBing has been used to mean vomit by a small group of twisted individuals.

That notwithstanding, this was a good read. I'm with you on the anxious feeling to keep it moving. No matter how much time you have, it's never enough.

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Magical Croissants?

When last we spoke, the family was headed to FRANCE for lunch. Not the fancy place in France, just the Patisserie. We were not wasting perfectly good dining credits on a sit down meal in France. We had better places planned. Like CANADA and ITALY. But lunch, outisde, I was all in for that. We strolled along, taking a few photos on the way:



We mostly just ambled through Canada. Since Boost was on a mission. For food. Amazing how quickly you can cover a country that size.

Do you suppose that is why Disney did not include a Russia pavilion? How big would THAT have to be. Or, perhaps, it was the cold war. And because a Russian missile would not have been very eye pleasing.

I am among the group that would wish for an expansion of World Showcase, to add a few more countries - Russia included. I find the culture and history of that country fascinating. And, you'd think with the Bazillion Brazillian tourists, that they might want an homage to SOMEPLACE in South America. Just a thought. They could build a Peruvian pavilion and require everyone to hike up a mountain to see it. (Or they could have everyone fly through in little planes. However, those tend to crash in the mountains, don't they? And we wouldn't want cannabilism at Disney. Seeing people turn on each other is simply . . .distasteful.)

Ooops. Sorry. Back to the story.

When we got to Great Britain, I decided I needed to make a phone call. To find out how Grammy and Neatkid were doing on their trek (speaking of the Andes).

Funny, I didn't get through. But they had strict instructions to call me when they reached the Orlando airport, so that we could make it back to the Villa to welcome them. And let them inside.

Onwards and upwards. To France, for lunch, at the Patisserie. Yes, we were still on our way. Trying to soak in the atmosphere. We finally made it over there, and started trolling for a table. Those of you who have eaten here know that these tables are outdoors. And, mostly, in the sun. Well, it was HOT. Even for this Georgia girl, it was hot. We didn't want to eat in the sun. Boost wasn't even sure he wanted to eat here at all. But I prevailed. And I made him look at the menu and he decided that a Ham and Cheese Croissant would do him just fine. Especially when I reminded him that this was one of the FEW places in Dizzy World to get decent coffee. The coffee tipped the scales. So, I left him with the kids with strict instructions to find a table. Swooping if necessary. (EVERYONE was hovering.) I went through the line, made my choices, had to improvise on his dessert because they did NOT have any strawberry tarts. I substituted cheesecake. Which is his favorite.

Actually, I remain convinced that cheesecake is the reason that Boost married me. Because I used to make him a cheesecake (the good kind, New York, baked, from scratch) whenever he wanted one. I was a loving and giving girlfriend like that. Sucker. I think it's been something like 18 months now since I've made a cheesecake. He didn't even get one for his birthday this year. Life is tragedy.

So, I paid for our meal (well, I handed the girl the magic cards and said "dining plan") and went to find the family. He had scooped a table with only partial sun. And, most chivalrously, taken the chair that placed himself in the sun, leaving a shady spot for me.

Perhaps I should make him a cheesecake for that. Or perhaps the one piece that I handed him at the time covers that little kindness. (Okay, it was a big kindness.)

The kids were ready to dive in. To my chocolate mousse. I insisted on real food first. At least a bite or two. They complied. A little bit of ham from Boost, a little bit of egg from mom. (Yes, real Moms DO eat quiche.)

All in all, it was a pleasant repast. Except Boost wanted to know where his coffee was. Silly me, I thought he would want it AFTER his meal. He finished and went back in line. I thought he was getting himself a Cappuccino, which is his usual preference. But, like all good marriages, there are occasional surprises. He got himself a double espresso.

I think he was feeling a little tired. From pushing the stroller. With 60 lbs of kid in it. And watching me carry the video camera.

Of course, the double espresso came in the teensy tiny little espresso cup. Boost is accustomed to big giant mugs of coffee. That he gulps. In large quantities.

He declared the espresso a "coffee tease."

I laughed heartily and drank my water.

Then we decided to head back to Great Britain and see if we could locate Pooh and Friends. And, I had it on good authority that the Princesses that were at Breakfast that morning would be milling about the World Showcase that afternoon, in various places. We were on the lookout.



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Love reading your TR...it's informative and hilarous! (Especially the part about the cheesecake...I can relate!)
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Now we know why Wesley loves her so much . . .

After Boost's coffee tease, we backtracked to Great Britain to find the Hundred Acre Crew. Who, I was told, were usually in the toy store. We found out throughout this trip that they are, indeed, usually in the toy store. Often.

When we walked in, the place was fairly deserted. I think there were a couple of people there, but not a lot. We had not started the kids on kidcot stuff, and didn't start there either. The kids were distracted by the castle play set (which is, admittedly, really cool), and NoFear spotted the Tinkerbell costume. There was an immediate exclamation of "OOOOOOOHHHHHH!!!!"

Tinkerbell is one costume that I had not tackled. I don't particularly like working with tulle, and it's hard to get just the right color of green. PLUS, Tink has a SHORT skirt. Ack. But she had been asking, and I had been putting her off.

When we pushed past the Tink costume, we found Mary Poppins and Alice sitting in their armchairs just doing . . .nothing. Well, Alice might have been sewing or something. Seems like she did have something in her hands. NoFear was excited to see them again. And before we could even get up there, Mary Poppins exclaimed: "Oh, my, it's Snow White!" This, even though we had changed NoFear after breakfast. I was impressed. I mean, how many kids do each of these characters see every day? And she remembered my little girl and my prince. Mary turned to Alice and explained to her that she had seen NoFear at breakfast, knew that she was really Snow White, and must have just been in disguise for the afternoon. Alice was suitably impressed.

It was kind of neat to have the two of them all to ourselves for a few minutes. And the Shrimp THOUGHT about getting closer, I could see it in his eyes. After all, Poppins is HIS favorite.

This is as close as he got:


He was not any braver with Sissy there to protect him, either:


And, since he didn't recognize Alice (and with the added presence of Poppins), he wouldn't go near her. NoFear had no fear (and she was still sporting Snow White's kiss):


I've got to say that when (yes, when, a mama can dream) NoFear grows up and becomes a castmember, I think she would make a great Alice or Aurora. It has to do with her coloring. And long blonde hair. Does Alice always wear a wig, too?

Shortly, some other children arrived, and I made my kids break away. PLUS, Pooh and crew were to return shortly, and we needed to get in line. This was going to be the kids' first encounter with big heads at Disney World. I knew that NoFear wouldn't have a problem, after all, she was willing to associate with that giant rat at Chuck E. Cheese's. And he's just creepy-dee. Again, I had no high hopes for the Shrimp. Good thing, too, cause he was not BUDGING onto the carpet, and was, frankly, a bit distressed that Sissy was running up to them and giving hugs. He was, therefore, contented with clinging to his daddy's neck. Since Mommy was taking pictures:





As we left, NoFear again looked longingly at the Tinkerbell outfit. (And I surreptitiously checked the price: $60, WITHOUT the shoes, crown, wand, and whatever other accessories were available. I think NOT.)

So, we, good soldiers, kept marching on. And noticed, as we were crossing the International Gateway bridge, that Aurora was out in France. This was to be the same SPECIAL Aurora of Wesley's (the littlest Whirlwind Tripper, you know. We know him, and them . . .) So, we wanted to be sure to say hello again. Boost was briefly distracted when we got to the pavilion by the "Serveur Amusant" who stacks chairs an unhealthy distance from the ground, and then balances on top.

Frankly, I don't want him giving my kids ideas. (Too late. I have recently found the Shrimp stacking his RIDE-ON toys on top of stepstools to try and reach things.) I finally told Boost that I really wanted to take the kids to see Aurora, that I didn't know how long she would be out, but that if he wanted to stay there in the SUN where it was HOT watching the chairs, that I could handle the kids by myself. He came with me. Huh.

And we waited in line for Aurora. Briefly. (2 or 3 kids back). It was, again, gratifying that she noticed us and smiled when we joined the line, and that she immediately recognized the kids and remembered their names when it was our turn. And. Since we were actually the LAST people in line, she spent some extra time coaxing the Shrimp - and was rewarded with success! (This is a really special princess everyone - Mark, Rhonda and Wesley are not exaggerating!)



I really don't remember what we were talking about here - I know that NoFear had just pointed out Aurora on her shirt, and I think we might have been talking about NoFear's birthday in a couple of days:


And, looky looky, the Shrimp likes Princesses!


After the Aurora encounter, I had high hopes that the Shrimp might eventually overcome his fear and consent to pictures with characters by the end of the week. Understand, I was NOT going to let this be the deciding factor in a good vacation, since I really didn't expect him to get near ANY big heads. He was having a good time waving at the characters from a distance, and that was good enough for me - he loved seeing them, just didn't want to get near them.

He now talks a big game about the characters, seeing them, hugging them, etc. He's delusional. Is that the basis for becoming a lover of all things Disney?


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The kids look like they are having fun. What a great pic of Mary Poppins. Even if he didn't go near he will be excited over looking at the pics.

I never noticed how long NoFears hair was. She has beautiful hair. That pic with her hugging pigget shows it will. So cute your kids are.

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Huh, and YOU said I shouldn't talk to everyone!

After reluctantly leaving Aurora, I convinced Boost that we needed to see the film in France. Because, as crazy as it sounds, my major in college was FRENCH. Minors in history and political science. I initially thought to warp the minds of the next generation. Student teaching cured me of THAT thought. And, in connection with my major, I spent a semester abroad, in, you guessed it, FRANCE.

Please don't hate me for that. I do not support their political views. Hardly ever.

For those that haven't been there, though, let me assure you that France is a BEAUTIFUL country. Diverse in culture and regions. And they have some banging wine. And real champagne. So does the French pavilion, by the way. Not that I got any this year. I had read in my trusty rusty passporter that the tourism film in the French pavilion was extremely well-done. I wanted to see it. Plus, the Shrimp needed a nap, and I thought we might have an outside shot.

As we approached the entrance, I said "Bonjour" to the attendant (Sandra) and asked her where she was from in France. She's from the big city. Boost was trying to drag me away. I told her that I thought Paris was wonderful.

I think he thinks that I talk too much.

I don't know where he gets that idea.

As he pulled me away, I continued speaking with Sandra over my shoulder, and practically had to yell that I had spent a semester in France when I was attending University. Boost rolled his eyes. I didn't actually see it, but I KNOW it happened.

Sandra abandoned her post at the front door and came to talk to me. We spoke briefly about where I attended school (Angers), and how much I loved Paris and the country. Then she returned to her duties, telling all the other happy vacationers how long they would get to wait in the AIR CONDITIONING before the film. When she got a break, she came back up to us and explained that each day a family was designated "Family of the Day" and was given special recognition. She would very much like for us to be that family, would we?

Heh heh. OF COURSE!!!

She also wanted NoFear to help her announce the rules for the theater, would that be okay???

I'm all for that!!!

She asked us to stand by the podium, and at the right time she would call us - COOL!!!!

So, she did the usual intro to the film, said hello to everyone and did her spiel. Then she recognized us and asked NoFear to help her with the rules:


And then (embarrassment) she asked me to say a few words in French. Understand that I haven't spoken French on any sort of consistent basis since I graduated from college. I got one of those highly USEFUL degrees, ya know. I graduated from college in 1992, btw. So, by my math, that is 14 years of MISUSE of the French language.

And, I didn't think that "Croque Monsieur" and "Cappuccino" was quite what she was looking for.

And, further, I once again proved that I don't always think well under pressure. I was only able to come up with "pas maintenant." (That means "not now.") Could I nowtsomething pithy like "Vive le France!"? What a moron.

After it was all said and done, Sandra gave us a really nice "Magical Moments" certificate - the one with the gold embossed symbols of each of the parks at the top on cardstock. It was really very nice. Wish I had a scanner to show it to you . . . Ah, well.

But this was the beginning of the proof for Boost that maybe talking, chatting, and being generally sociable with castmembers (and other vacationers) might be a good idea. Could lead to great things. Could make things happen! (Like last night and the fireworks wasn't enough proof?)

We watched the movie (it IS well-done), the Shrimp did NOT fall asleep. We dumped into the shop, walked right through, and continued on our way. Honestly, I didn't get to see much of the shops this trip, since it is really hard to shop under the best circumstances with a 2 and 4 year old along. It is impossibly difficult when it is at Disney World and they want everything in sight.

How sad is it that when the Shrimp asks for something in the store now, NoFear will turn to him and say "No. You can't have that. It's too spensive." I wonder where she's heard THAT before?

Back to Epcot . . .

By this point in the afternoon, I had given up any thought of heading to the Magic Kingdom. Grammy's plane was to land at @4:45, and I knew we would need to leave around then. So, we just looked around a few places, then found Jasmine in Morocco:

(I told you the Shrimp liked princesses!)


I started to think that we should get back to the Villa and regroup, but we still had some unused Soarin' fastpasses. I decided to not Soar, and to go to Mousegear instead with the Shrimp to buy the blue autograph book. And then meet back up with Boost and NoFear and try to hit Character Connection before we left for the day (since I have HEARD that it rarely has a long line, and many a character can be found there!)

That was our plan, and we were sticking to it . . .



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