Along with Flat Stanley
We have reservations at 12:30 We are slowly making our way to the Tusker House. We are in no hurry I got a hair wrap, with some beads and some soft Indian bells. Love all the colors in it.
I love Goofy. He is such a great character
Lon wanted to play a few more games after lunch, so we did
Then we went on Dinosaur. It was a scary bumpy ride with all sorts of scary things. Lon loved it. It was pretty fun.
I wanted to have Lon ride the monorail, at least once. He thought it was fun.
The smashed penny machine near the escalator to the monorail was fun. I did not get Lon all of the smashed quarters.
Yes, he changed his shirt into something a little nicer.
I took Lon on Space Mountain, since he loved Big Thunder Mountain and Everest, this probably was the same, right? Um, no. Lon was so scared when the ride finished he could not talk. He did not like it, he does not want to do it again until much much later.
So when I was done terrifying my child for the night we were right on time for the last parade of the day.
In a good spot too.
About half way through the parade a group of people walk up behind us, the father sends this two kids to stand in front of Lon. REALLY?? I was about to say something, if I could figure out how to say it without starting a fight. Before I could even say anything a cast member comes up the the kids and the father and tells him the kids need to move back, this child (my child) had been here the whole time and he should be able to watch the parade from the spot he was already in. I am going to guest relations sometime tomorrow and telling them what a great employee they have in Mr. Keenan. I appreciated that more than he could know.
The dragon's lights would turn off, just like he was invisible.
It was a fun parade, but we were exhausted.
Time to get back to the room at get some sleep. We need to pack, and see if we are doing anything else other than the pool tomorrow.