Everyone needs this picture at Disneyland. He's the main man, and he's donned his Fantasia gear! This same trip we ran into a friend of my Mum's and her daughter and when we went to Minnie's house this little girl came into our photo. I never forgave her, always making angry comments every time we saw the picture about how she ruined it. Part of me feels like I should let it go, but even know, I can't type that I forgive her for jumping in there and wanting to be part of our amazing sisterhood...I can't shrink us all down and recapture that moment sans strange girl! Gah! There was also a boy who came in our Donald Duck photo... those pushy kids even bothered me when I was little. I didn't understand why they couldn't wait their turns. It's been 17 years...I should be over this.
This isn't a Disney picture, but we did usually head to
First of all, that big brown dog is Fluffy, and he's my absolute favourite stuffy who has travelled everywhere with me. I couldn't have fallen in love with a blankie or smaller stuffy that doesn't take up a quarter of a suitcase. Nah, I wouldn't trade him for the world! (Yup, 21 and sappy about my Fluffy :) ). Now to those hats! I hear people talk about fitting Medival Times into their holidays and I am taken back to that ridiculous evening that I think started me on my route to vegetarianism. We were so jazzed up to go to Medival Times, and when we arrived we were seated in the Red section. The food took a long time to arrive and was cold when it did. Also it was like a whole undercooked chicken body/rib cage! Not so great for a little girl who thought that animals all talked to each other and were our friends. The show scared me because I didn't want anyone to get stabbed by the
This photo is terrible. Absolutely terrible. However I am posting it because this is the Big Bad Wolf who wrote in my autograph book (that one right there in my hand!), and I quote "Aren't you a little old for this?" Crushed my little heart he did. Although you couldn't tell from that squeeky forehead. I don't think I'd read it yet..so unassuming.