My daughter made the most spectacular flower girl ever!
I had a tour of Walt Disney Studios and it was very interesting ot learn that Walt Disney was not only an engineer when it came to animation but I also learned he was one in other areas too. He knew that there was much more than fun to developing Disneyland but also safety and fun. He put six pillars into the water tower in Disney studios. It is no longer used as a water tower but it is very structurally sound.
No one else planned for growth.
The autumn leaves are falling rapidly in my yard. The wet weather and sparse branches are a reminder that winter will be here next month!
Last week, I was waking up around 4 AM every morning. Which I’d be fine with – I’m more of a morning person than a night person, though I don’t know if that’s saying much – but the problem is that I haven’t been able to get to sleep until at least midnight every night. The one upside to this lack of sleep? I’ve been seeing some really pretty sunrises!
In Honor of Mr. Peabody and Sherman today we’re celebrating Way Back Wednesday, spelled WABACWednesday in honor of the WABAC time machine created by Mr. Peabody himself. My husband found this picture of our daughter from five years ago.
(We were provided with travel and accommodations for a press day at the studio)
This is how Mr. Peabody and Sherman celebrated:
What better way for a boy to learn history than with the forefathers themselves!
This photo was taken during my stay in Myrtle Beach when I visited the Huntington Gardens. It’s a beautiful place to go visit with so much to do. You can’t even possibly get it all done in one day. I love the varieties in the plants they have. I never know there were so many different varieties of the same plants and that they would all grow in one location like this. I wish I could remember what those big pink plants were called. It’s a common plant that’s not usually pink. At least I’ve never seen it pink before.