|Bonnie's wet Farewell Party|
|Emma's huge and GORGOUS clay pot |
that we had leave behind
|Another of Emma's clay pieces which we sent home|
|Gloria the spider coming out to say goodbye|
I panicked in the lines just waiting to go on those rides! We did manage to go on 6 of the 8 Extreme Rides, but then the lines were getting seriously long--2.5 hours. Emma stated it clearly enough.
Mom, Melbourne was 2 hours away. Waiting in this line is like going to Melbourne for a 30 second visit. So, we went back to the Mexican restaurant strip and totally PIGGED OUT.
|By far the creepiest scariest ride I've ever been on|
When we got home the next day, back to a balmy -4 degrees and some light snow, Brian's parents were there to pick us up. There is nothing more extraordinary than seeing familiar faces waiting on the other side of those doors.
|I seem to remember a stuffed bulldog on the first day of our journey|
This guy was real.
|This star on Hollywood boulevard says "Jean Parker'' who I always knew was a star, MY star. Love you Mom.|
Thank you for reading my blog, my dear wonderful Grandmother Elizabeth and her friend Georgiana. We'll miss you Winkie.
Until Next Time,