My husband and I shares stories to our kids every night about our childhood experiences. Mostly, it's my husband that shred stories because he had more interesting stuff than I did when I was a kid. One night, the told them about his green machine that his parent's bought him and the next thing we know, that was what our daughter wanted for Christmas. That's what she got from "Santa."
We live in a city that borders three states, PA, WV, and Ohio. It's funny that we were driving down to Wheeling but we were in Ohio side of the road. It is much faster than going through small towns in WV. That's one advantage of living in Weirton. We are close to Ohio and Pennsylvania so if we want to shop for clothes, we go to Pittsburgh because they don't have sales tax on clothes there.
A couple of weeks ago, we registered our son to kindergarten and as a requirement, he has to complete a series of vaccinations. He is like me who doesn't like needles so he was traumatized. The Bugs Bunny Band Aid helped him a little bit though.
I recently redeemed the points I earned from taking surveys at YouGov Polling Points. If you have spare time, you can sign up and earn a little from your free time. It doesn't cost anything to create an account. This is better than playing Facebook games. In a week or two, I will also redeem the points have from eRewards, that goes on my Upromise account, a college savings for my kids. Taking surveys is a good source to have a little extra cushion.
I got this from an online site where I swap things that I don't need. Ms. Burrito saw it and asked me if she could give it to her teacher. I told her yes and she painted it before she gave it to her teacher.
The setting atop the Splash Mountain attraction at Magic Kingdom is the movie that my kids love to watch, The Adventures of Brer Rabbit. I took a chance of taking picture even if I know that my camera could get wet lol.
This was displayed in one of the many attractions in Hollywood Studios called the The Great Movie Ride. You'll find yourself smack dab in the middle of some of the greatest movie scenes in history. Board a vehicle that takes you through realistic recreations of memorable film moments, from 1930s gangster flicks to contemporary sci-fi classics.
I like this hanging dragondisplay on the side of the building. Our friend's daughter, Akesha, with Ms. Burrito.
“An optimist is a person who sees only the lights in the picture, whereas a pessimist sees only the shadows. An idealist, however, is one who sees the light and the shadows, but in addition sees something else: the possibility of changing the picture, of making the lights prevail over the shadows.”