DIS Dad #257
- Nov 10, 2008
I think I found the problem.Maybe not even then.
As a shift worker, sometimes weeks go by before I am supposed to have a weekend off.
Then I work it anyway.
The reaction of the kid is priceless, though!or this:
WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGES. A video of incident, which happened at about noon on Saturday, shows what appears to be a great white shark attacking a sea mammal.www.dailymail.co.uk
Wow! That's true dedication. I hope it didn't take you the whole year to read it!I had to go waaaay back (like about a year), but I am caught up!
You can almost hear a cash register ringing in the crunch of metal and glass.Bummer about your broken lens. (See, I told you I had to go waaay back.) I had that happen at one of my kids' graduations and it doesn't make for a fun occasion.
We've generally had good luck with servers there, but he was the best we've ever had.Kudos to Uncle Eric at 50's Prime Time. It's good to hear that there are still cast members willing to play the game at that restaurant.
I think part of it was their rigid adherence to nap time. It gave them so little time to see anything.Man, it sounded like your brother didn't have a whole lot of luck park-touring with the little ones. Maybe they'll be able to do better in a couple of years.
Boma has really shot up the list of our favorite Disney restaurants.Yes, I love that carrot-ginger soup at Boma and have made it several times at home. So good.
I mean, you really have to love sauerkraut.The shot of your plate of food at Biergarten looked so good. As of this moment, we're planning on having lunch there on New Year's Day. It's the only place in DisneyWorld that I know of where you can get sauerkraut and that's a tradition for us that hasn't been broken yet (and I'm getting up there, so that's a lotta years). We've eaten at Biergarten a number of times so I wouldn't mind going to a different restaurant, but how can we break the sauerkraut tradition?!
But why did she stop running??Loved your story of the rainstorm at Epcot. Poor Julie.
That was definitely a veteran move.Speaking of Julie, nice move snagging the pretzel rolls! Impressive!
It's certainly not funny at the time! It does feel rewarding when they finally overcome their fears, though.Congrats to Drew for conquering BTMRR! It's so funny when you know they'll like it (love it, in this case) but can't get them to try it. I'm totally on-board with your parenting strategy here.
It's cool to have a place that doesn't exist for any other reason other than for you to just explore it.I agree with you on Tom Sawyer's Island. I like it, and hope they never change it. Although, I confess that we don't visit it that often.
I don't know what I did to upset her! Surely she's had her picture taken before.Wow, that woman in your photo of Main St. was giving you the stinkeye of all stinkeyes! I have a few of those in my trip reports, but that one may take the cake!
Now we can look forward to our do-over trip, whenever that is. It'll be nice to have a small group that is on the same page about how we want to tour the parks.Sorry to hear that the communication/coordination of the 13 people on your trip didn't work out better. Those trips are so hard to pull off successfully.
I'm sure I've heard it before. By the way, he's coming to Delaware in August! Can't wait.Have you heard Jim Gaffigan's routine on when you see someone you know at McDonald's? "Oh, I'm not eating here. Um, ah,...I'm just meeting a hooker."
A man ahead of his time!That is so funny. No wonder you admire him so much!
I think someone else guessed lupines, too. I don't know enough to say you're wrong!And regarding the blue spiky flowers. My guess is they're lupines. If I'm right, I have no idea how I guessed this other than my close proximity to Longwood Gardens.