I started my day with a meal with my wonderful husband, and then spent the rest of the day with Ange and Courtney shopping, and eating cupcakes. Courtney was driving her dad's car - so of course like any new shiny thing we were easily entertained.
The view from the back up camera on the back of the car...
Ange thought it was fun to take photobooth pictures while driving, but I however want to live to see 28.
Last night was my last visit to Disneyland before my pass expires on October 10th. There are still 23 attractions on the list that I didn't get to in my year long adventure: The First 50 Magical Years Main Street Cinema Fire Engine Omnibus Horse-Drawn Streetcars Horseless Carriage Astro Orbit Pirate's Lair on Tom Sawyer Island Sailing Ship Columbia Davy Crockett's Explorer Canoes Shootin' Exposition Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Enchanted Tiki Room Disney Gallery above Pirates The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin Gadget's Go Coaster Snow White's Scary Adventures Storybook Land Canal Boats Alice in Wonderland Casey Jr. Circus Train Dumbo the Flying Elephant Chip N Dale Tram
I will be taking advantage of getting into Disneyland for free on my birthday, and I will attempt as many of the attractions left on my list as I can. However, I am not sure even if I get to all of them if I will be eligible for The Certificate - since it is technically not within the year. Ryanne + Disneyland = Fail.
I must admit as an avid Reality TV lover I have been riding around in my car thinking about what it would be like (read:pretending) if there was a video camera in my car. This crazy behavior hasn't been helped by the fact that after the last post some people have said they would watch The Ryanne Show.
Here is the main thing I have learned from thinking about what if the cameras (read: pretending) were in my car. I really do talk. I talk a lot...to myself. Driving in my car all by myself I make lists, have arguments with people, and think about what I want to do tomorrow, next week, next month, next year...you get the point. Apparently camera or no camera I have a lot to say that I don't get to say throughout my day.
I have talked about how much I love the Now Network commercials before, but they have done it again. Without fail I have cried every time I have seen this commercial, and it is only 30 seconds long. I think I am ridiculous too - please feel free to make fun of me.