The blog of Rick Sunderlage (Not my real name)
Taking young kids to Disneyland, I think is one of the best things to do as a family. Fun to see them get so excited.
That's a keeper.
I didn't know Wal-Mart had waterslides...
You got the front seat. Ahead of woman and children. Shameless, but well played, sir. Well played, indeed.
You just took a picture of the picture. Cheapskate.We went to D-World last year. The kids still talk about it. When my boys got to go on stage and be trained as "real" Jedi's, and fight Darth Vader, was one of my proudest moments as a Jedi Knight. I mean, a dad.
Simon- My kids and wife are smarter than me. They knew the front seat is the ghetto seat. I get's all the water during the big splash. My hair just didn't look right the rest of the day once it get all wet.
Grizzly- I paid for the 1st pic but realized I could get by with just taking a pic of the pic. I'm a slow learner.I'm kicking myself for not taking a pic of the Tower of Terror ride. My 4 year old was pissed. As a Jedi, you already knew that.
no matter how much you want to or think you can steer that thing, you can't. YOU CAN'T
Dug- I'm going to be honest. My hands are resting on the empty headrest in front of me. Last time I went to DisneyLand, I got pink eye. I tried very hard NOT to touch any of the standard hand rails.
I can't believe no one else commented on your obvious weight gain from all the churros, cookies, cotton candy, ice cream etc. Wow, you really DID let yourself go. How'd you fit in that log anyway, copious vaseline on the thighs?And you're right, you took one for the team sitting up front.
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