Wordless Wednesday – Disney Dads

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Hi everybody, welcome back!  Today I’m doing the Wordless Wednesday post!

Well, as you know, Father’s Day is coming up so I’m doing a post on my Dad! But don’t email him. I want it to be a surprise for when he next sees the blog! I hope he likes it. He was very generous to let me be his ace reporter. He spoils me! You can’t beat that! Anyway that picture up there at the beginning of the post is my daddy. The picture  was taken on the ferry from the Transportation and Ticketing Center to the Magic Kingdom on the 40th Anniversary of Walt Disney.

What did I tell ya? Absolutely, positively, no doubt about it, he spoils me rotten — most of the time! Now I know what you’re thinking — how could giving your daughter two things be considered spoiling her rotten? Allow me to tell you the number of things my parents have given me so far. Yes, I have counted. 576,319,426,821,348,756,893,527,349  99/100 [the 99/100 being the Disneyland trip we are about to take.]:D So yes,  he does spoil me rotten.

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Focused on the Magic

9 Days til Disneyland – Splash Mountain!

Image ©Disney Parks

Image ©Disney Parks

While Space Mountain at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World is an attraction that Sophie won’t ride, Splash Mountain at the Magic Kingdom is an entirely different story!  Sophie was just acquainted to Splash Mountain when we went in October, 2011, and she has declared it her favorite attraction now!  Today, though, we are going to take a look at Splash Mountain at Disneyland Park, which is our selection for 9 days til Disneyland!

The question I have — although I don’t think it’s much a question, to be honest — is whether Sophie will have any hesitation about riding the Disneyland version of Splash Mountain because it is a single-rider configuration, that is, no one sits to the left or right of you like they do at Splash Mountain in the Magic Kingdom.  I don’t think she will care in the least, it isn’t like it’s a roller coaster in the dark like Space Mountain is, but you never know until you get on it!  I’ll keep you posted on how it works out for her.

In the meantime, what do you think of Splash Mountain? Must do, or do you not like it for some reason?  Let me know in the comments, and thanks!