DIS Dad #257
- Nov 10, 2008
My perfect breakfast would involve (in no particular order) french toast (with cinnamon sugar, like Disney does it), eggs, thick-cut bacon, hashbrowns, OJ and Kona coffee. Now I'm hungry.Just give me some scrambled eggs.
Or eggs Benedict.
Then it's perfect.
oh. And orange juice.
Well, I know she's not with me for my money.Hmmm... no. No, I don't think that's it.
I'm jealous! A hole-in-one is on my bucket list. Just once before I die!Oh, I do know that feeling.
I've actually gotten a hole in one (short one. 100 yards? Less?) once and thought "Wow! I'm good!"
No. I'm not.
Should be any minute now.Standing by!
This is true. It is pretty amazing to see in person how far these guys can hit the ball. Or stop it on a dime. TPC Sawgrass is a fun course to watch because you can see the pros play the island green.Actually... live sports are always so much better than TV. And never having seen it live....
I'd probably pick the golf. Just to see it one time.
Truth.You can't anyways. That's a Husband rule.
You've mentioned that. I also mentioned it to someone else when I saw it on FB.
I would never encourage her to do anything of the sort!"No, honey. Put the other finger down... for contrast."
...while Julie's around.
Oh, sorry. I misunderstood. So what's your favorite? Hamster? Platypus? Porg? Newt? Balrog?I told you. My second favourite is the Cheeta.
You have to ask me what my favourite is.
Get your stereotypes straight!Until the Chinese restaurant opened.
Wait.... that's cats.
Excellent! It's going to be fun telling them we only want water. And what's a guy got to do to get a decent burger in this place?!I wouldn't do that to you!!
So, anyways.... Victoria & Albert's ADR is done.
I agree with that. My chances of getting good ribs were probably higher in Texas, for sure.I get that. I've had some really bad ones... but the really good ones are worth it.
Can I refill your eggnog for you? Get you something to eat? Drive you out to the middle of nowhere, leave you for dead?appreciate that, Clark.
Wish I could have helped you there. The sidewalk didn't look comfortable.Just need a place to lie down and it's the perfect trifecta.
Oh, all right. I just have so many books in the queue I haven't read yet.You will. Once it's in your head...
Excellent!Yup. Still enjoying it!
I dunno. Beats doing work, I guess.That's actually a good point. Why do we read these things?
She's a tough kid.Great to hear!!!
Definitely nice not to have to worry about anything going wrong anymore. We have a strong community around us of friends and family and even people we don't know so well in our church who have really been amazing in support.Glad to hear that everything went well with Sarah's surgery and that her recovery has been better than expected! I bet the Oblivious household is feeling just a wee bit lighter these days with surgery in the rear view mirror.
I really did like getting out of town and traveling over spring break. But the key there is that we didn't go to a popular destination. I would not be nearly as happy if I'd had to deal with immense crowds.Great wrap up of your Texas trip! You guys really covered a lot of ground in Texas! Did you like traveling over spring break? Any plans to do so in the future?
I'm hoping we can do a spring break trip to Yosemite in a couple of years, because I'd like to avoid the summer crowds there. The only downside is that it's a 50/50 shot whether the road to Glacier Point would be open at that time of year.
I'll try and get it started soon!I love your map and am looking forward to hearing about your deep south tour!