- Apr 21, 2016
Oh. My. Goodness.
What a hassle!!!!
What a hassle!!!!
...woah. Did that ever just take me back to my childhood!?!?!! I'm currently 7 years old and sitting in the backseat of my mom's little red thunderbird listening to the radio. I didn't even know how solidly that memory was planted in my brain, listening to The Rest of the Story, until you triggered it.I'll pull a Paul Harvey and give you..... the rest of the story:
That doesn't seem like it should be a thing at all. Surely there was a way they could have fixed that, and those people just didn't know what it was, and rather than doing the truly Disney thing and being like, "I don't know this answer, but I will find out for you right now..." they just said it wasn't possible. But I guess as long as you have your photos, that's all that matters.In the end, while I will now have "free" photos and MM for all of my trips this year, the batch from this trip would only be available to me for 1 month like for regular ticket holders because "the limits are pre-set by an automated system and can't be re-set by a human". Which is stupid. Every system should be able to have a human override built in, no?
I don't know whether we'll do anything to celebrate American Thanksgiving this year or not...I do have a turkey in the freezer that I could thaw and cook this weekend....but anyway, here's a picture of some people I'm thankful for:Your homework, Boys and Girls: Post a photo from your Holiday Happenings. They make me happy.
I grew up just a few minutes down the road from the world's longest covered bridge. But it's totally not worth the trip from Manitoba to a tiny town of 1000 people to see it. ....that said, there's also a potato chip factory down the road called the Covered Bridge Potato Chips that makes some tasty kettle chips...so those two things combined might be enough to justify a photography trip!I did see those on Facebook. They're really nice! I've never even seen a covered bridge, let alone photographed one.