Peeps, restrooms and drunks. A hot, sweaty Asian TR=Feb 08-4/27-Okay folks.....

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  1. Blueyed Girl

    Blueyed Girl HAKUNA MATATA!

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    I showed him that picture of your "guys" at the fountain and told him these were the people we were probably going to bump into in May. His response...."hey look, there's room for me and ds right there!" :headache: :rotfl2:
     
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  3. jordanyosh

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    Angela, that's too funny.....I love your delivery....so deadpan..it made it so much funnier......

    I too love Wendy's......I'm with DM spicy chicken for me...I like the Chili too.
     
  4. jordanyosh

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    I'm more Japanese with a little Russian (Russian?) thrown in for good measure...I love me my Stoli Vodka.........really.
     
  5. jordanyosh

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    Thanks for the PM...

    Ah, those parents of yours...What to do?:confused3
     
  6. jordanyosh

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    Chapter 19. Sunday, February 3rd. Day 4. Part 5. I guess I'm the keeper of the pix now.

    Kim sent me a few of her pix from Sunday and Wendy is just too busy and too tired in the evenings to get to the computer.

    So they left it to me to post some of their pix......

    Here are a few of Kim's pix from Sunday:

    She took a picture of me waiting for her to get her Dole Whip. Do I look happy? I'm sitting on hard, porous, spiky rock....Notice the people around me. No one looks happy....They're all waiting for that line to move....
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    And here's the view from the window that Kim was looking out of:
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    Here are some pix from Wendy's collection:

    Leaving for LAX on early Sunday Morning. I'm guessing my Uncle David drove them to the airport. It was a cold, rainy morning in Los Angeles...Can't wait to be in the warm (flippin hot), Florida weather.
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    Here's Dylan:
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    Here's Erin and Tiger (What? A non-Disney stuffed animal?):
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    The plane left for MCO around 10:30ish. Here they are waiting for the plane to load:
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    They arrived at MCO around 6:30pm. Took ME and arrived at BCV around 7:45pm. Here's a view of the lobby. You can make Derek out in the background.
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    Here's Dylan watching TV while Wendy's checking in:
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  7. mla1977

    mla1977 I dream of living in Bay Lake Tower for the rest o

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    What! That road looks way too empty to be ANYWHERE in LA. (After a day and a half in LA, I decided I was done and wasn't leaving Anaheim for the rest of our trip)
     
  8. scottny

    scottny <font color=blue>You better have crackers<br><font

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    ooh driving in LA in the rain is scary. those people don't know how to do it. No offense to Los Angeles people but I lived there for 2 years and terrible.

    nice pics they got.
     
  9. jordanyosh

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    One time a 45 minute drive took me 3 1/2 hours.....I was actually stopped on the freeway for 45 minutes.....

    I have actually screamed out the window of my car..."I hate traffic. I hate it."
    Now I just pray....it's good alone time...can't do anything to change it...so do something constructive...or I talk on the phone...
     
  10. carissanboys

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    That picture of you sitting on the rock wall :rotfl: :lmao: You look a bit...uncomfortable ;) I think the only person that might be happy in that picture is the little one breastfeeding :)

    Man - can Wendy's kids GET any cuter?! I love how simple kids are about naming their stuffed animals. It's a tiger so what better name should it have than "Tiger"? Sure makes it easy for us old folk to remember (and when you have 3 kids with multiple stuffed animals, it really gets difficult, let me tell ya). Connor has even named his blankets :sad2: He has two blankets that are identical except one is white and one is yellow. He's had them since he was a baby and he holds them and sucks his thumb. One he has named Leapster and the other Max :confused3
     
  11. Montana Disney Fan

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    I said Classic Single! :mad:


    Just finished one. :yay:
     
  12. Montana Disney Fan

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    Not only was the rain non-existant this week in Cali, but we never even saw a cloud! :banana:
     
  13. WendyO

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    Yes, but isn't that better than sitting on the wet ground? Hee hee.

    We actually had our regular shuttle driver take us. Because 1) on the way back, we'd have Kim with us so our car can't fit 6 plus luggage and strollers and 2) the shuttle folks will keep our car seats for the week and bring them back in the van when then pick us up. So we just opted to do that both ways. And yes, raining in the a.m. so we were really looking forward to sunny FL.

    Tiger, whom she saw hardly any of during the week because when she misbehaved, that got taken away from her. So pretty much Tiger spent the week on the TV cabinet or in the suitcase. Mean mommy that I am.

    So if his blanket is Leapster... what's he going to do if you get him a Leapster game?? Ohhhh, the dilemma...

    To elaborate on the story... (thanks for starting it Jordan)

    Plane ride was fairly good (read: uneventful). We had three seats together on one side (me, Erin, Dylan) and then Derek had the middle seat on the other side. Fortunately, both kids slept :woohoo: for a good portion of the flight (maybe 2.5 hours) so that was GREAT.

    Got to MCO, bypassed baggage claim (whoo hoo) went to the ME counter and got in line. Not too long of a line... got on the bus with about 15 others. Was weird to arrive at night - usually it's during the day. Watched the video on the way to the resort... arrived, checked in, and came "home" to a houseful of people (everyone plus RoBoJo's friend and her family...). So slightly different entry experience than Jordan (the ahhhhh of an empty room) but still, we were there and that's all that counts. So we settled in (for a long winter's nap... oh wait, wrong story) and checked out the fridge (fully stocked! :thumbsup2 ). I think then we went down to the Marketplace to get dinner (roast beef and brie - and turkey mozzarella - yum) then I think we pretty much relaxed and turned in after that.

    Dylan was not so much interested in the pack n' play so for the bulk of the week there were 4 of us sharing the bed. Four people sleeping vertically, horizontally, diagonally, etc. It was like we were spelling letters out signaling airplanes flying overhead. Ha ha ha. At least we weren't spelling "SOL" instead of "SOS". (test: anyone know what that's from???? I'll be impressed if you do. Well, maybe not. It's really not that hard.)

    Ok, thus ends the Okada report for day 1.
     
  14. WendyO

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    Funny funny. I just had a Classic Double combo for lunch. Shut up, I'm pregnant. I'm eating for two.

    (not sure how that explains why I eat a double when not pregnant, but that's not the point.) :confused3

    :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
     
  15. jordanyosh

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    :rotfl2: :rotfl2: :rotfl2: :rotfl2: I think you're right.

    Lucky you.....
     
  16. carissanboys

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    Actually, he already has a Leapster, which is where I believe he might have gotten the idea ;) Yes, it's very confusing.

    You beat me to it cause I was gonna say what's my excuse then? :rotfl: Wendy's is my favorite fast food place for burgers (love Chic-Fil-A's nuggets) and I always get a double with cheese, ketchup and mustard :thumbsup2
     
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    Burger gud. ::yes::
     
  18. earthfaries

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    I think the only person in that pic of you and the others waiting unhappily is the baby to the left nursing:laughing:

    What a beautiful view from your villa window:goodvibes

    The kids are so so cute:cutie:

    Great pics!

     
  19. carissanboys

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    Jinx. Buy me a coke ;)
     
  20. jordanyosh

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    Wendy's thought from Her Day 1. My Day 4.

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    Yes, but isn't that better than sitting on the wet ground? Hee hee.

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    We actually had our regular shuttle driver take us. Because 1) on the way back, we'd have Kim with us so our car can't fit 6 plus luggage and strollers and 2) the shuttle folks will keep our car seats for the week and bring them back in the van when then pick us up. So we just opted to do that both ways. And yes, raining in the a.m. so we were really looking forward to sunny FL.

    [​IMG]

    Tiger, whom she saw hardly any of during the week because when she misbehaved, that got taken away from her. So pretty much Tiger spent the week on the TV cabinet or in the suitcase. Mean mommy that I am.



    So if his blanket is Leapster... what's he going to do if you get him a Leapster game?? Ohhhh, the dilemma...

    To elaborate on the story... (thanks for starting it Jordan)

    Plane ride was fairly good (read: uneventful). We had three seats together on one side (me, Erin, Dylan) and then Derek had the middle seat on the other side. Fortunately, both kids slept :woohoo: for a good portion of the flight (maybe 2.5 hours) so that was GREAT.

    Got to MCO, bypassed baggage claim (whoo hoo) went to the ME counter and got in line. Not too long of a line... got on the bus with about 15 others. Was weird to arrive at night - usually it's during the day. Watched the video on the way to the resort... arrived, checked in, and came "home" to a houseful of people (everyone plus RoBoJo's friend and her family...). So slightly different entry experience than Jordan (the ahhhhh of an empty room) but still, we were there and that's all that counts. So we settled in (for a long winter's nap... oh wait, wrong story) and checked out the fridge (fully stocked! :thumbsup2 ). I think then we went down to the Marketplace to get dinner (roast beef and brie - and turkey mozzarella - yum) then I think we pretty much relaxed and turned in after that.

    Dylan was not so much interested in the pack n' play so for the bulk of the week there were 4 of us sharing the bed. Four people sleeping vertically, horizontally, diagonally, etc. It was like we were spelling letters out signaling airplanes flying overhead. Ha ha ha. At least we weren't spelling "SOL" instead of "SOS". (test: anyone know what that's from???? I'll be impressed if you do. Well, maybe not. It's really not that hard.)

    Ok, thus ends the Okada report for day 1.
     
  21. jordanyosh

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    Just for you Buzz.

    I could eat a horse....I'm trying to stay away from bad food right now.

    I get the Triple Stack at Burger King...Health experts list that as one of the worst burgers out there as far as calories and fat grams..

    I thought I had Deja Vu for a second.;)
     
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