You would be correct except that we were not in Paris~~we were in:
Walt Disney World, Florida, USA. . .
Out of all the places on this amazing planet to travel to. . .I could not say this would even be on my B list.
However, when you have a six year old you have to put away the passport and take the mandatory trip to Disney, at least once, right??
Thank goodness we had this to come home to at night!
This was one of the highlights for me, seeing this gorgeous Tiger wading & swimming~~I think I watched him for at least 20 minutes. They are the most beautiful creatures and I was slightly tempted ( just for a moment) to crawl over the fence to swim with him. . .could you imagine????
Must have been Maleficent up to no good!!
So it was lots and lots of walking & waiting, if you have been you know: "Hurry up & wait!" But our little princess was beyond delighted and this Mommy Princess had a wonderful time after all!
There were two times during the day I could relate to this expression on Tinker Bell:
At six o'clock in the morning when my "Disney Nazi" husband yanked open the window treatments and plopped a cup of coffee on my nightstand laughing all the while and
at about 4:00 in the afternoon when I was looking for either a martini or an espresso~~or both!!
This fan was one of my treasures from "Japan" in Epcot~~the beautiful girl wrote my name on it for me. And I had to have this tiny figurine of Tinker Bell since I am a big Peter Pan fan.
I also found some Vintage Safari postcards in Animal Kingdom that I'll do something with someday!
Thank you for your visits and despite the fact there is a Winter Storm billowing around our house at this very moment I will be dreaming of an alfresco Spring dinner, something like this. . . . . . .it won't be long now!!