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  1. AirGoofy

    AirGoofy DIS Dad#341

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    Then, another great part of Father's Day. I picked Dagwood sandwiches for my Father's day meal.

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    French bread, pastrami, salami, bologna, havarti, muenster, swiss, pickles, lettuce, tomato, avocado, mayonnaise, and mustard. And Landshark.
     
  2. budamacdvcr

    budamacdvcr DIS Dad #737

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    Well done on all fronts with special congrats to DD.
     
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  4. budamacdvcr

    budamacdvcr DIS Dad #737

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    Top O the Mornin Dads! Basically just this week and next Monday then outta here for 2 weeks on DCL. Rained almost all day yesterday. In-laws took us out for brunch which was nice. First Fathers Day without both kids around which was a bit of a downer but that's just part of them growing up. Got a cool new gadget to cook shish kabob on rotisserie for my new grill I got a month ago (early Fathers Day present). Sounds like all had a good weekend, with Norm getting his sandwich, CJ is Cracker Barrel and Dan a weekend at DL Paris with his little ones.

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  5. declansdad

    declansdad DIS Dad #639 New Brunswick, Canada

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    Morning Guys.

    A hot, muggy Monday up here. Good day to be in an air conditioned office. DS is starting his first full week of work today. I have employed him to cover for an employee who will be out for the summer. He still isn't able to play basketball or volleyball, the last x-ray he had on his ankle showed a small fracture. He has no pain though so I'm wondering if it may have been an old fracture.

    Last week with students for DW; she is pretty happy about that. It's been a tough year for her team.

    Have a great Monday.
     
  6. docsoliday1

    docsoliday1 DIS Dad #834 Cubs, Dolphins and Disney fan forever

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    Minus the muenster and avocado, sounds like a great sandwich. :thumbsup2:
     
  7. AirGoofy

    AirGoofy DIS Dad#341

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    Made it into the office for a few hours to pack for a road trip. Hit the gym to get a workout in. A three hour road trip for a meeting. :scared1:

    Thanks.

    That's a neat rotisserie and even cleaner grill. Well done - on the grill - not the steak - med rare there.

    Boss and dad. This one could get interesting.

    Everyone's a critic. :lmao:
     
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  8. londontime

    londontime DisDad #818. London. Allo Mairee Pawpins.

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    Anyone with "hammer" in their name is welcome. hello mate. enjoy orlando.
    Congrats mate
    Go team Hayden!
    Nice one buddy,
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    Mmmmmmm.......kebabs.............
    Hope he recovers soon, look forward to your updates on his exploits....


    Evening boys from a very hot and humid London. This is the week we wish the UK had affordable AC. But then this week passes and its all good.
    Have a good one.
     
  9. docsoliday1

    docsoliday1 DIS Dad #834 Cubs, Dolphins and Disney fan forever

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  10. AirGoofy

    AirGoofy DIS Dad#341

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    Good morning. After a 3.5 hour drive yesterday and a hotel stay, I arrive to my meeting where no one is here. I guess setting a meeting time is really just optional. :furious:

    You all have a better day than I will. :sad2:

    Thanks.

    As for the sandwich, see how hard it is to translate American into English.

    However, that sandwich is from my kitchen. I went to the grocery store and selected what I wanted for Father's Day meal. I thought about grilling, but there was a good chance of rain and I was being too lazy to clean it up.
     
  11. Terra Nova guy

    Terra Nova guy DIS Dad #811 Newfoundland, Canada

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    Must have been a different day for you without both kids, but like you say, we can't stop them growing up. Grill looks great. It sounds like we all had a good weekend. Dan of course wins the prize for "most exciting" Father's Day being in a Disney Park. But I enjoyed my low key, relaxing day. Nothing really special, watched Finding Nemo on Disney channel with youngest DD and went out for a good Italian supper. Stopped by the local bakery after to get treats. There may have been a blueberry pie bought and I may have eaten half f it. It was Father's Day...

    It's turned hot and muggy here today as well, believe it or not. Summer has finally made it to The Rock.

    Nice to hear DS has something to keep him busy for the summer. Make sure he knows who's boss! Hope he gets to play again soon.

    Never been to the Dark Side Dan? Universal Islands of Adventure has a restaurant themed to Dagwood and his sandwiches.
     
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  12. BoatDriver

    BoatDriver DisDad #824

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    Morning guys! Seems like we're still stuck in perpetual March up here in the northeast. Fog and rain again when I woke up this morning. They promise better weather is coming, but we'll see. The regular half of me is happy the hot weather is holding off, but the business owner half of me wants to see it get warm so we can start making some money.

    2018 pricing opens up today, so I'm anxiously awaiting an email from our TA to tell me what rack rates will look like for at least one of the next two trips. I think we're going to opt for the May dates on the mid-trip, so hopefully some sort of discount will pop up between now and then. The Poly booking will have to wait a few weeks since we're not yet within the 499-day booking window for that one.
     
  13. budamacdvcr

    budamacdvcr DIS Dad #737

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    Top O the Mornin Dads! DS is in Orlando this week as an Alumni for TSA helping coach and work with his old high school at Nationals. They hit MK yesterday upon arrival in Orlando and he was able to take in Happily Ever After - he though it was over the top good. Another first for me as he is seeing WDW without us and after Nationals will spend a day solo next Monday at AK before we catch up with him for the cruise. This getting old and your kids moving out more and more on their own is starting to suck. Have a good one gents.
    Sounds like a great Father's Day though you are correct, Dan wins the prize.
     
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  14. declansdad

    declansdad DIS Dad #639 New Brunswick, Canada

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    Look at it this way, if nobody shows up you get to make all the decisions.
     
  15. londontime

    londontime DisDad #818. London. Allo Mairee Pawpins.

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    Nope. We looked at it and whichever way we span it, it was gonna cost us about $100 each for a day. As the kids are small at the minute, we wouldn't get our moneys worth, though I would have loved to take George to see the Dr Seuss stuff, as this was what I read to him as a baby. Plus I don't really like Harry Potter. (Puts tin hat on).
    Only half?
    At least he is still going on the cruise though, right? I think your DS there is going down the "when I have the chance to go, I'm going, but I'm going with the parents as well" route. Fair play to him. Double Disney opportunities.
     
  16. GrandAdmiralStrife

    GrandAdmiralStrife DisDad #744

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    Well, I went and screwed that up.

    After getting everything lined up for the mini vacation, I was waiting until after the wife's follow up with her doctor today to make the purchase on the enchanted kid offer. Now it's unavailable for the dates we would be going, unless I want to pay triple for the family suite (hell no)
     
  17. docsoliday1

    docsoliday1 DIS Dad #834 Cubs, Dolphins and Disney fan forever

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    I'm with ya! Don't care for Harry Potter at all.
     
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  18. Terra Nova guy

    Terra Nova guy DIS Dad #811 Newfoundland, Canada

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    I've done it twice. Once after the first Harry Potter land was done (oldest DD is a fan) and again after the second Harry Potter land. Youngest DD enjoyed the Dr. Seuss land, but it's a tough call to spend that much if the only thing you might enjoy is Seuss. I don't think I'll be spending the cash again. Been there, done that, you can find me on Main Street.

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    Any back up plan?

    I read the books and enjoy the movies. I'm glad I saw the lands, but probably won't go back.
     
  19. Maroonag1

    Maroonag1 DisDad #730

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    Boy I wish I could plan that far out. I'm more of a what am I doing tomorrow kind of guy.
    Also wish I could stay at Poly but thats another story.



    Story of my life. :rotfl::rotfl2:
     
  20. AirGoofy

    AirGoofy DIS Dad#341

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    Yeah meetings. Time for posting.

    We went one year and I'd go back again. The express pass option was well worth it. I'd like to try a different hotel than cabana bay as dvc has spoiled me.

    Well, that's why we educated them though - to be self sufficient and take care of themselves. Sounds like you are doing too good a job?

    And management would still determine them all to be wrong.

    DVC. It will be our first and only stay there in July.
     
  21. cj9200

    cj9200 DIS Dad #412

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    Afternoon guys. Heat index is over 100 today so not a day to be doing yard work.

    You are going to need a bigger trophy case.

    You are right about them growing up. A good consolation prize though with the new grill. The rotisserie is kind of neat.

    Ouch. Anything they are doing other than let it heal by itself?

    Not a bad gig for him. Disney trip and then the cruise, I'm jealous.

    We all have at one time or two. Or three. Or four...
     

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