Still catching up. Belated congrats to Sheryl and Joby. Yes, Adrienne, read your scary eye stuff. Hope Russell is doing better. Charlie has regular check up appointment this morning. And meanwhile we'll see. Said same thing last year, but this year I mean it. Warning, have lots more photos. Lynn had 604 photos on her camera. My sister seemed to think that was a lot. I said I was surprised she kept it under 1,000. But not to worry, more photos on the way, won't get our Photopass photos for couple of weeks. And then I've got about 3 hours of video to edit. Mickey, Mickey, Mickey. Fun, fun, fun.
-- Later, Bob
editing to add link to 3 min. and 35 seconds, Tinkerbell in Wishes, of that 3 hours of video
Uh, I think I've had more than enough. But glad you like the pix, got more than enough of those too. And Lynn's got even more.
And I think I learned something this trip that I should have already known. Outside Crystal Palace I wandered into the first aid station instead of the baby care area. I was going to change Charlie's underjam. Nurse said I was in the right place to change him, very accommodating and friendly. I said, great, I didn't really have any business hanging out with young nursing mothers in the baby care area. Nurse said, no, you don't, should use first aid stations, one in each park, to change older special needs kids. Nurse also gave me a lens case later in the day because I had forgot to put one in the diaper bag. So, for anyone going to WDW with an older kid who's not toilet trained, or is any need of anything else, I highly recommend the the first aid stations. And just another little odd bit, ticket taker at Hollywood Studios was an older lady. I was going through the turnstile with Charlie and Robert. Put Robert's ticket through and said he had the child ticket. Put Charlie's ticket in the machine and said he got an adult ticket. Lady said, I hope you're kidding. I said, oh no, he just turned 10. You wouldn't want me to cheat Walt, would you? She asked, do you want to hear my honest opinion on that? And I said, I don't believe so, don't think anyone would benefit from me hearing that. And she said, I think a child like yours should get in free. And I said, well, actually, I think they should pay him to come to the parks. And she said, you're right, they should. Hmm, no mention of a magical day in that exchange. But I think I had one. Hope and trust she did too. -- Bob
Lynn and Robert have already seen G-Force, but lunch sounds good. Maybe next Sat. or Sunday. Burlington Mall? What's in the neighborhood? Anyone else in the area? What ever happened to Cbean? Will be in touch. -- Thanks, Bob
That sounds great Bob, Cbean moved not sure if she comes to Uno much but I do see her on Facebook. Maybe I'll give her a call. Let me know which day is best for you guys. Maybe just send to my private email if you still have it.
BTW you all looked great in the pictures, looks like everyone had a good time.