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... the shades of colours I wanted, I was flexible, and it ended up probably more awesome then I wanted!
Grandpa luckily fixed the jet ski, after all of that blood and sweat, he did it. At the end, he came back in with a sore back, big cuts on his hands and a face that was covered in sweat. Because of all of the blood from his hands that dropped into the water, baby alligators were smelling it and waiting under the dock. Now because he ...
... and the next morning to alert them to the problem.
This morning the RV was towed away to an Orlando Ford dealership for service. We had plans to meet up with Australian friends Chris, Francis, Mark and Sharon at Magic Kingdom so went ahead with our day. Four of their children were also with them so we had a fun, large group of ten ready to explore the theme park.
This park was busier than Animal Kingdom ...
... of BCL and I auditioned to make her happy and here I am...in BCL. :)
The only other exciting thing that has happened since I've been home is that COTN wrote an article about our trip! Heather (the lady who wrote the article) interviewed me and some of my teammates. The article just came out and I was really excited because she used the pictures I sent her! I included a link below! Enjoy :)
... a satellite. We went out onto our grandparents' dock about the time it was supposed to launch. Even though we were an hour-and-a-half drive away from the launch site, we could still see the light from the flame of the rocket and the smoke that trailed behind the rocket as it went up. So cool.
My mom’s friend, Connie who we call Aunty Connie (because they are so close) is an event manager for ...
... cool as you flew through Springfield.
Today we also got to meet Frank, the dog from MIB and watched him and other animals used in movies at a show.
The show at the end of the day explained that Universal is 100 years old and showed parts of the movies over the last 100 years. It was cool with great fireworks, lights and water spouts.