Betcha never heard that one before, did ya?
Anyway, the last couple months have been busy, but probably no more so than normal. Did the brakes and shocks on the Jeep. Couple of trips out of town. And work. That one never seems to go away.
We went to the Thousand Trails campground in La Conner last month, over St. Patrick's day, with some friends. We are looking at the cost of a membership, and trying to decide if we would really use it or not. So far, I'm not totally convinced. It was nice and all, I'm just not sure we would do it enough.
Then, over our anniversary weekend, we went to Disneyland. Had a blast, watching pirates, and getting our picture taken with Mickey, and taking naps every day. I could sure grow to love that lifestyle. Very relaxed, yet doing things most of the time. We had dinner next to the water in the Blue Bayou restaurant. Very nice. Service was excellent, and I would definitely go back. Yes, it's a little more expensive than outside the park, but I thought the price was well within Disney range. We didn't do everything this trip, which may have contributed to the relaxed feel it had. But, we did enough to keep busy.
Now, we are planning our return - in Christmas!!! Disneyland is a magical place to me, and Christmas is a magical time. Combine the two for a load of fun and excitement that is hard to forget for years to come. Imagine, snow in Disneyland! Happens every night during the Christmas season, right at the end of the fireworks. Mickey and gang in Christmas outfits. Even Santa and his reindeer are there, at least until they have to get some work done! And, there will be some new things there when we return, including the Finding Nemo submarine ride. That should be some fun times. We are definitely looking forward to it.
But, for the rest of the spring, summer, and fall, it's mostly normal stuff. Mowing lawns, going to work. You know. The normal stuff.