These are some pictures I took of my sisters Mae and Chela . They are very weird as you will see. I like to zoom in on my camera and I take the photo at the perfect moment. Mae and Chela say I'm a stalker. I call it unique photography art.
Beau doodle is our little puppy. We got him three years ago at Christmas. He is not as little and cute anymore as he looks in these pictures. But he is still a baby. Just not that small. He is 2 right now and will be three in October. Beau is also very protective. Golden doodles are very sweet, they don't shed, they are great family dogs, and are hypoallergenic. They're a mix of standard poodle and golden retriever. We are very lucky to have him. He is the best dog we've ever had.
Disney Universal was our third Disney trip. It was a great family fun experience I will never forget. Disney Universal was huge, and there were so many parks that we probably did not visit them all. But we did do most of them, including Harry Potter World, Jurassic World, Adventure Island and many more. We also rode many rides. My three favorites were Harry Potter World"s Hogwart"s Castle, Gringotts Bank, and Adventure Island's Rip Saw Falls. The first two are said to be high speed roller coasters but are also 3D . They may feel like that to some people but maybe not to others. The castle feels like your flying, and it has a few big drops and acceleration. The bank in the beginning of the ride makes you feel like your hanging, then you suddenly drop. After that there are just some twists and turns. Rip Saw Falls is a water ride on which you get extremely wet. It is a cartoon themed ride also through the whole thing. It has about 5 small drops in the beginning and in the middle 1 medium drop and a water fall and then you turn the corner and there is the big 92 foot drop. All of these rides are scary and fun. They are a mix. If anyone plans on going to Universal in the near future I would suggest riding all of these.
Yesterday I did alot of laying around looking at this:
And eating this:
Which in case you're wondering tasted absolutely fabulous.
And then today I wandered out to our garden and got the first pickings of the season:
The kids appear to be having a blast at camp. Yesterday was camp boat day and I finally caught a glimpse of them in pictures on the camp blog. Leah and Chela are being spoiled rotten by Mawmaw & Pawpaw leaving me to be all sorts of lazy.