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Welcome home Tom. Time to rest and curl up with a good Disney movie.
Exactly 1 yr ago when we were there this was only a metal skeleton structure. It looks amazing now, I can't wait to see it in 50 days.
Give him a big MW hug from all of us, just not too tight.
Prayers for a quick recovery.
That is one gorgeous picture of 2 beautiful princesses.
Great! The day we are going to Epcot. I guess we will plan on waiting.
2 big events, 2 parks, same day? I am shocked.
Thank you for all the awesome compliments. I had fun making this one, had to do something totally different from the one I made last year, and this is what I brainstormed. I think it turned out pretty cool, it will hang by a ribbon on our wall starting in 11 days.
For MendyDawn: the items used to make this are a styrofoam circle, craft sticks painted, letters cut out using my Cricut, large Mickey's head cut out with my Cricut, numbers cut out with my Cricut, scrapbooking paper,and 45 Mickey heads cut using my Cuddlebug. Be careful when you glue the large head to the circle, the glue bleed through my first attempt. Oh, and feel free to use my idea, I would be honored.
I had to resist licking my I Pad. Yummy!
Thoughts and prayers to you and Michelle during this sad time.
Hi my name is Tina, and I too suffer from P.D.D.D. I am glad to be able to join all of you to share this problem.
FYI, taking a picture of swimming fish is like herding cats.
We also bought Jacques the shrimp from the tank at the Dentists office. He is too busy cleaning our tank to capture a picture.
I know the feeling of struggling, it will get better. Enjoy your special time tonight. Sometimes we need a little Disney happiness to bring us a smile.
Tough week here too. Hugs for a better tomorrow.
I love a good mystery, please add me.
I have an issue EVERYTIME with the reader reading my fingerprints. Its pretty funny, they said either my body temp is too low, or my ridges aren't distinct enough.
I look forward to finding that window in December.