I thought I would share my lovely Husband's picture of us with you. He normally is a great photographer and I will confess that I am the one that suggested moving out of the sun (as I did all day long). We will just blame this on the little decrepit camera. Do you like the big pyramid coming out of my head? Nice touch, don't you think?
Epcot was great. It wasn't crowded at all. We didn't have to wait long for anything we wanted to do. And the Baby Care Center was wonderful. I intended to spend a lot more time there, but the day got away from us. We learned that the Big Guy really loves Asian buildings (who knew?) and Snow White is a lot whiter at Epcot.I suspect it might be Alice (in Wonderland) in a Snow White wig. She had the same English accent. At least I hope it is a wig. I would hope she wouldn't cut her bangs that short to work at Disney. She was sweet when she called Baby Girl "princess". We had never had one of our children called "princess" before that day. I'm sure Baby Girl scratched her with her scary sharp fingernails. I hope they pay Snow (as I like to call her) well because it was terribly hot to be in that costume having to be friendly to so many people. I wonder if her Prince has to tell her to "be nice" after a long day at the park?
Our friends met us for some beers in Germany AND in Italy. Our very cultured children chose to eat in *America* and we had to sprint to catch the last ride of the day. Disney workers surrounded us and just stood there as we relaxed on benches after it was all over with. It was their silent intimidation that finally drove us out of the park.
4 months ago