Okay, Okay. I know it's a little excessive, but I just can't stop myself. I found a few more Disney pictures on my cell phone, and I just had to post them. These are the last ones, I promise.... well, maybe :)
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Monday, March 24, 2014
I'm so glad we decided to spend a few days at Grandma & Grandpa's after the Disney trip. We were exhausted from all of our fun, and it was so nice to just be able to relax and spend time with loved ones. We went to the beach, ate at our favorite restaurant, went to yard sales and thrift shops with Grandma, Sean helped fix a few things around the house, Grandma made us her famous shrimp & fries which we're now addicted to, loaded up on gluten free goodies at my favorite little market, and just relaxed together. I think my favorite part of this visit though was when we got to watch old home movies from Grandma & Grandpa's travels to Germany & Australia. I felt so lucky that they wanted to share them with me, and I really enjoyed seeing them enjoying themselves, smiling, and explaining the beautiful things they were seeing. Sean's parents were also in several of the videos along with Sean's birthplace which was really interesting to see (that's on our bucket list... to see his birthplace one day) I felt like I was peeking back in time and joining in on those special moments with them.
Sunday, March 23, 2014
Well, we couldn't end on a rain out, so we went by Downtown Disney on our way out of town. The area is still under construction, but there were lots of neat things there. Our favorites were the Candy Cauldron, The HUGE Disney store with a gigantic spitting stitch on the door frame, the Ghirardelli chocolate store (AKA Heaven), and the Disney movie music that hummed from the sound system along the boardwalk. They also had a really neat lego store with huge lego statues around the store and waterfront, a Harley Davidson store where the kids could sit on motorcycles, a circ de sole show, several restaurants, a left handed store, a mismatched store, a make your own tshirt store, and a two story arcade, but we just walked through most of those not wanting to spend all day there.