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"Life is lived forward, but understood backward. It is not until we are down the road and we stand on the mountain looking back through the valley that we can appreciate the terrain God has allowed us to scale.” Jill Savage

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Wedensday - Disney World



Okay back to the Florida trip. I'll wrap it up tomorrow in time for Fun Friday. In the picture above did you notice anything odd about these cute little trick or treaters?

Another riddle - what is for kids of any age and you never get too old for it?

DISNEYLAND of course. My favorite place and where dreams do come true... and you never get to old for Winnie the Pooh and friends - now do you?









Or Pluto . . .


He is such a ham - I think he'd be great in movies - he loves to act and he's cute - but I am biased.


Jungle Ride



Of course everyone had a necklace to collect pins - and if you work at Disney you have to trade your pins if a customer asks you to. He got loaded up -- he couldn't keep it on!


Oh course Buzz was there to lure him in to the store.

This is the world - wet - and he was touching it and looking for Stitch!


I forgot to mention that we went to a Dinosaur Restaurant and it was very similar to The Rainforest Cafe - same owners. But it was nice too.

Love,
sandie

Tomorrow the Busch Gardens in hot old Tampa.

Oh yeah some thoughts for today. Going to Disney makes me think about love - I'm a romantic -

“Love never reasons but profusely gives; gives, like a thoughtless prodigal, its all, and trembles lest it has done too little.” —Hannah More

“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination, full of hope.” —Maya Angelou

“The art of being yourself at your best is the art of unfolding your personality into the person you want to be...Be gentle with yourself, learn to love yourself, to forgive yourself, for only as we have the right attitude toward ourselves can we have the right attitude toward others.”
—Wilferd A. Peterson

22 comments:

Chicken Wrangler said...

This was the world's shortest post, chatty - did you run out of words??

Joyce said...

So, what about Disneyland. I know it is in Cal.

Love and Hugs,
Joyce

Knitty said...

Takes your breath and words away, doesn't it? ;D

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Looks like so much fun! Love the pins, didn't know they did that at DisneyWorld.

A Hopeful Heart said...

You may be biased, but I'm NOT. And he is a very handsome boy, with an incredible smile. (I know I'm repeating myself here, as I've said this at least 3 other times!!)

I LOVE his smile. He looks like a very happy little boy. And I know he was having a grand time with all those Disney friends.

Can't wait until I can make a trip to Disney World...haven't been there since sometime in the 90's.

Have a great day.

Love,
Patti

Ginny said...

The dog trick-or-treaters crack me up!! My favorite part of this post is the Pooh section. That's a mighty cute Piglet! And a mighty cute grandson, he is so lucky to have you for his grandma, because you get just as much fun from this as he does!!

Joyce said...

Your dog photo made me laugh out loud. Hysterical! I think the GA blog gals should do a trip to Disney so the kid in all of us can have fun. My brother said the dino place to eat was fun for the kids and for him too:-0
Joyce

That corgi :) said...

they were dogs trick or treating? love GS's smile with all the characters!! he seemed to have a blast, but who doesn't at Disney World? You guys covered a lot of things when you were down there!

(and yes, I did have a nice anniversary :)

betty

Rose said...

i haven't been to disney World in years. so much fun. great photos. rose

Live Out Loud said...

Wow! Yet another great Post!

Love the dogs.

And your grandson IS adorable!

Is it just mor or does that giraffe look like he's standing on those other animals?

Linda O'Connell said...

Sandie,
Always something to make me smile when I clcik on your sute. Thanks.

Together We Save said...

Oh I love that picture of the jungle trip. We took that and we were in line so long we almost missed our bus to Sea World! Great memories.

^..^Corgidogmama said...

My youngest, now 34, was just under two the last time we went to Disney. Guess we're overdue!
Sure looks like you all had a terrific time. You're making memories for Andy, and for yourself, left and right!!

Doris Sturm said...

By "odd" do you mean that they are dogs? I like those customes...maybe I could make Gizzy one instead of the crocheted Pirate's outfit because I don't think I have time. Sewing would be quicker, but crocheting takes a longer time - stitch by tiny stitch!

The riddle could have a lot of answers...I think one is never too old for icecream or cake or the circus ---

Nice photos of your Disney World vacation - have a wonderful evening, my friend :-)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Your Andy is just the right age for a trip like this!!

Mevely317 said...

Did I read right? Going to Disney makes you think of love?
You're made of stronger stuff than me, Sandie!
.....I'd better stop right there, huh? :)

sarah said...

we've been to disney world 4x. loved it. Felt like a kid and love love love the pooh gang. The boy is one good looking kid.

Susan said...

Great shots, Sandie. Oh, when GS is a grown up man, he'll love looking back on all the memory trips with his Mom and Grandma! Great job!

By the way, Sandie, thank you so much for your sweet, kind words on my blog. I love having you come to visit. You are a darling friend. Susan

Mimi said...

HI!!
love all your disney pics and STITCH is a fav around here too!!!
IT IS A
BOY!!!!!!!!!
cool huh!!!!
1 of each!!
hugs,
jamie
off to visit the MOUSE!!

Buttercup said...

Love the dog trick or treaters and the cute pictures of Andy and pals.

Melanie said...

Great pictures! Your GS looks like he's having a lot of fun!
That first picture of the trick or treaters is so cute! :)

Jane said...

Somehow, I have managed to miss about 3 days worth of your posts. Something must be wrong with my RSS feed. Lovely pics!

Jane