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Another big ticket item ticked off the list - Disneyland! I had the great pleasure of catching up with Kim, Rod, Libby Loo and Marcy Moo again after seeing them pretty much two months ago in New York. I was super excited to see them to catch up on all their travels and tell a few of my cheeky stories! And it honestly felt like I saw them the day before! Was amazing to hang with home friends... I got down to Anaheim from Vegas on the Friday evening and just relaxed and caught up ...
... do say some mysterious things
about corndog, mustard and soda, but I must say they were delightful.
Not to forget what Disney land is all about, oh why of
course the rides! How could I forget? Silly, Silly me! As my nephew and niece
drag me towards the ginormous roller coaster, I feel the butterflies in my
stomach. They weren’t very pleasant butterflies, I must admit that. No more
corndogs and soda for me.
... After a bit of toing and froing we found a place for dinner. Most of us had either the Steak or Seafood Gumbo which was served in a cobb loaf. It was bloody good too !
After our feeding frenzie, we found a spot to watch 'Fantasmic' which kicked off at 9.00pm. The show is awesome and features all the big name Disney characters and a heap of animation screened on huge walls of water. There was also plenty of fireworks and fire. I had seen ...
Tod and Savannah joined us at Disneyland today. We started out the day with a character breakfast. Kendall liked the characters coming around as long as they didn't get too close, She also really enjoyed her Micky Mouse shaped waffle which she decorated with blueberries and strawberries. Tod said well hello there" to Captain Hook when he came to the table and it startled Captain Hook so much that he tripped over a chair. After breakfast we quickly realized ...
... and even an impromptu singer at his reception. Now, 9 1/2 years later, I am here visiting him and his family for a brief 20 hours. This trip was scheduled short on purpose. I had promised Allen a foto shoot for his family and this 20-hour window was the only opening I had in between trips before the holidays.
Allen is also one of those "stars" whom I don't see nor speak with ...