Why doesn’t Cinderella play soccer?
Because she’s always running away from the ball.
Ha, ha, ha…
My pass expired last year in October…that’s a long time between trips for me! But Jake was coming into town and wanted to go (I think as a warm-up for his trip to Disney World, where he arrived today) so Megan and I decided to join him. We were a little hesitant because it is spring break time-of-year and it was bound to be a little busy. It was the weather I wasn’t prepared for…it was freezing! I really felt sad for the out-of-towners because California is supposed to be one of those warmer climates that you travel to in the winter/spring to get relief from the cold – not happening this week! Seija would argue that it was the perfect climate for a day at Disneyland…it would have been more so if I had remembered to bring my mittens.
Why are there no planes where Peter Pan lives?
Because there’s a sign that says “Never Neverland”.
I have rarely taken exception to the gardening at Disneyland, but this particular palate I did not take a fancy to…beautiful flowers, but something just isn’t right…oh well, I’ll get over it.
Why did Captain Hook cross the road? To get to the second hand store.
We were shocked to find that the hearse had been replaced with other forms of transportation…or maybe the users of the more modern modes of transportation had to be transported in the missing hearse…hmmmm, makes one wonder.
What kind of vehicles do Disney characters drive? Minnie-vans!
More blooms…poppies, that Californians know well…
What does Ariel like on her toast? Mermalade.
…a beautiful rose garden…
…and last, but not least, something wickedly beautiful, in an intriguingly horrid sort of way, something you hope won’t eat you if you find yourself alone in a room with it – totally appropriate in the gardens at the Haunted Mansion!
What is Tarzan’s favorite Christmas carol? Jungle Bells!
I learned a few things from going to Disneyland with two of my grown children, although all my children are mostly grown now.
1. It takes a mother to make sure that they get what they want to eat while visiting the park.
2. They still like watching parades.
3. There’s less fighing between siblings when they’re old enough to determine that we will still get to their favorite ride…as long as it isn’t closed for repairs. Smiles are so much better than whiny faces.
Why does Tigger bounce around the woods on his tail?
Because he doesn’t want to step on Pooh!