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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

Thursday, October 07, 2010

Okay Happy Thursday to you!

I almost forgot - I keep meaning to post some Halloween cartoons on my blog - I like Halloween - it's fun.

Do you want to know how pumpkin pie is made? Want no more . . .

Finishing the Day up at the market place - we had dinner at the Rain Forest Cafe -where I had a Chicken Caesar Salad - yummy - we went to some other stores AND back to the Lego store and then back to the hotel to swim. End of day two. teehee

They had a store for just about every Disney movie. Stores were huge and housed a couple of movie props others were for individual movies. They had Cars, Toy Story, Star Wars (which was not Disney but they had it) and many more. There were restaurants, coffee shops, candy stores, and ice cream shops.

Pat told me this was a Transformer and it does make more sense. Thanks.
So all those Legos in the background? They are small individual pieces - you can fill a medium container or a large container - for $5 to $10 dollars. It had it all.

Next, is what I had a great time at - Disney World itself.


Sme positive thoughts for the day:

"Nothing is impossible, unless you think it is." ~ Paramahansa Yogananda

And this one - think about it:

Life can only be understood backwards, but must be lived forwards.- Soren Kierkegaard

Or -

I was strongest when I laughed at my weakness. - Elmer Diktonius


Marydon said...

G'morn Sandi ~ What beautiful food for thought liners. I love visiting you. Your 'ween pics are wonderful.

Have a beautiful weekend, my friend.
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Jane said...

Oh, those pics are great. What a smile the GS has!!


Together We Save said...

Wow - that is alot of Legos!! Great pictures!!

Ginny said...

I would have so much LOVED it!! I love the new quotes, especially the one about being strong by laughing at your weaknesses. I guess it would take months and months to go through everything at Disney!

A Hopeful Heart said...

I know I said this before, but your sweet grandson has a lovely smile. I bet he had an absolute blast on the trip!!!

I LOVE the Rain Forest Cafe. We only went there twice, but we had fabulous meals both times.

Well, my dear, have a wonderful day.


The Quintessential Magpie said...

Looks like someone had lots and lots of fun from the smile on his face!

Glad this was a fun vacation!


Sheila :-)

Susan said...

Hi Sandie...Well, I'd say GS had the best vacation of all! EEEEEEuuuu. THAT'S how pumpkin pie is made? hee hee Susan

That corgi :) said...

that salad does sound delicious!! so neat to be able to pick what Lego color you want and mix and match them like that!!

LOL with the pumpkin pie :) wonder if I'll be able to eat it this holiday season without that mental image in my mind :)


Nick said...

That's it. I'm never eating pumpkin pie again.

Angela said...

I don't know if I can ever look at pumpkin pie the same! That sure was funny!

We love Legos around my house!

Have a Great Day!

Stella said...

Great photos. That grandson was so happy. Makes me happy just looking at him.

Mevely317 said...

Oh Sandie ... that pumpkin is a panic! I'm in stiches over here!

BECKY said...

"Nothing is impossible, unless you think it is." ~ Paramahansa Yogananda

Hey Sandie! I love the above quote, but I have one thing to say....Pronouncing that person's name is IMPOSSIBLE! :D

Jennifer said...

that pumpkin photo is insane! I don't think I've spoken very much until lately about a lot of personal stuff - try to keep it upbeat and I'm very much a survivor who tries to inspire other. It's a part of me but I've learned to pull the positives. Hugs, Jenn

Annesphamily said...

Hi Sandie! I am always smiling when I visit you. I appreciate your friendship here and your thoughtfulness and your blog humor and positive attitude. God Bess You! Anne