It was pretty exciting, but I made the mistake of writing about the magic of Disney theme parks BEFORE our second day at a Disney theme park, which happened to also be grad day. That means that high school graduates fill the park making hiccups throughout to ruin the 'magic'. So, I say now: Do not go to a Disney Park until you have called to find out if there are any sponsored days at the same time. If so, I would strongly recommend NOT going on grad day. Unless you're a grad, or you love lines and crowds packed tight.
Still, it was a great vacation, highlights below.
|Conveyor belt sushi in Little Tokyo.|
|Star Wars Ride|
|Right before Space Mountain.|
The REALS and IDEALS
Goal #2 was an epic failure. I give myself an F. I was late a lot last week and only sort of had a handle on the clutter.
Last night, I came back to a surprise. My brother-in-law Austin took this old desk that was worn and old and unfinished and re-did the wood on it with new varnish. For no reason because he is awesome. So I was pleased and so were the boys. They took about ten seconds to make it look like this:
|Why would anyone post that chaos?|
(found here: http://pinterest.com/pin/157203843213065528/ not sure of the original source.)
Feel free to post any great ideas for this, or make and share your own goal, - or don't.
Happy Father's Day to my husband and the 0 other dads reading my blog. Shawn's a good guy, so I'm gonna keep him.
Shawn smoked us a Father's Day Dinner of pulled pork, we ate this squash dish with garden squash, and salad with greens from the garden. I love summer.