I am doing a little housecleaning today, and skimmed through my Disney photos to see what I have not showed you yet. There are a few more images I wanted to share. I was following a theme before, grouping all my photos under one topic. For this one, I just want to make sure I hit what’s left. Things that caught my eye during my very first trip to Disneyland, that I haven’t showed you already.
If you missed the earlier photos, check out the side panel to the left of your screen, and go down to where it says “I already said,” and click the arrow next to “select month.” Choose April 2014 from the drop down menu and scroll down. There are lots of photos. But of course I still have more!
Alright, that’s about enough. I could go on but I want to discard this image folder from my desktop and finish the tidying. I hope it’s been fun to visit Disney one last time with me.
Update: Maybe not the very last time. My Tara is begging already for another Disney trip as her high school graduation gift next year. (She’s graduating in a year, can you believe it?!) So by the time the memories have faded, we may head south again and make some more.
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So many photos that I like in this grouping. The one from the plane is great; the one about the chemicals is scary …
You all surely got everything you could out of that visit!!
Thanks, Laurie. We make our blogging harder on us when we take so many photos. It’s almost best if the camera breaks now and then…just to lighten the workload when we get home, ha ha! Night before last, Tara came to me and said, “Oh, hey, I’ve got a bunch more photos on my phone I never shared with you after the Disneyland trip!” In my mind I was thinking, “Noooooooo!”
It looks like you had a ton of fun. I’m probably the only person on earth who didn’t enjoy Disneyland. I recoil and get faint at the thought of the crowds and noise. I am impressed at how clean it is though and I never noticed the bubbles but that’s a nice touch. We went to the Walt Disney Memorial Museum in San Francisco and I really enjoyed that. Lot’s of original photo’s and telegrams and letters in Walt’s own hand writing. Along with behind the scene video and display from my favourite classics like Mary Poppins and Snow White and The Shaggy DA. We didn’t get to ride any Riverboats. Maybe that’s newer? It’s fun to have these memories with your daughter before she flies the nest too. Thanks for sharing your adventures.
I’m with you, Boomdee, and had the biggest problem with the press of people and the never-ending activity. It was stressful just to watch. But we came back to our quiet hotel room each night and I was able to relax. I think you hit on why I can do something this crazy now and then: for my kid! Watching her happiness made me happier. 🙂