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Cinema Too wrote:
So my wife finally read it.

Her comment? Very Good!

Now to those of you in the audience not familiar with the female phrase, "Very Good", there are several possible meanings. "Very good', 'Amazing, but I don't want you to get a big head', ' I was decorating the house for Christmas and you were doing this?' and the ever popular 'there's 30 minutes of my life I will never get back'.

I think I'll go with amazing.

Bwuahahaha! You crack me up.

Excellent story and great surprise! And very awesome move with the plate! Well done and congratulations! clapping clapping clapping

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Great dessert story! Your wife is a lucky lady!

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I've loved your entire trip report, but the dessert story was awesome. What a creative way to surprise your wife.

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What a great story. Loved your trip report.

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Nice job! awesome High 5 for that score!

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Wilderness Lodge is a just right resort for everyone. There is always incredible to do, and the lodge itself is completely stunning. Last time we were there, we saw ducks, bunnies, deer and baby armadillos.

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StaveFV wrote:
Wilderness Lodge is a just right resort for everyone. There is always incredible to do, and the lodge itself is completely stunning. Last time we were there, we saw ducks, bunnies, deer and baby armadillos.

Thanks for the info. And welcome.

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Where do I begin? There are too many things to comment on. Sigh. I'm not quoting that many different passages, so y'all will just have to excuse me. Smile

Jess and Mr. Hub - I couldn't agree more. One of the reasons that I dearly love this forum is that I come here, and I learn. Not just about Disney, but about the life experience of others - without children, with children, behind me in the journey, in front of me. When we all take the time to learn and appreciate, we grow.

Cinema Too - I just can't say enough about how much I've enjoyed this thread. Your writing is top notch (important to me, because I'm a writer.) Your experience and your humor are captivating. How you and your wife love each other is inspiring. And last but not least, anyone who calls me young is my favorite person of the day (I came to motherhood a little later than some.) And PS, a story that wraps up with pearls! Awesome. I'm a pearl girl, and I'm going to need some of these chocolate jobbies, whether I make it to the 30 year mark or not. Smile

Thanks again so much for sharing. I hope you continue to contribute, and I hope we get to hear about subsequent visits to WDW with your wonderful wife and your boys.

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If we saw one on the menu we ordered it. Each one different, each one great.

http://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2012/01/10/disney-food-pics-of-the-week-flatbreads/

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Love the pearl story Smile

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Just found this, as I'm new here, so trying to play catch-up on threads and trip reports. Thank you. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this.

I will comment on one thing, while throwing myself under the bus at the same time. The "Ugly Shoe" game. My husband and I started off doing this while dating and unfortunately, it has expanded over the years. We now call it "I Win". It also now has five categories as while looking for ugly shoes, it became apparent there was so much more. We now have five categories of which the first party must say "I Win" and the category. The rules are, the other party must hear you and see the target. It requires honesty as you must be willing to concede when the other party finds one worse. The game starts over daily. I have been guilty of yelling "I Win" loudly from across a store and dragging him to a vantage point to see the target.

1. Ugly Shoes
2. Jacked Up Hair
3. Trashy
4. Mismatched
5. Granny's Gone Bad

(Hangs head in shame)

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Haha! Too funny - sounds like a fun game. I'm sure we're all guilty of doing something like this at one time or another.

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VelcroPooh wrote:
Just found this, as I'm new here, so trying to play catch-up on threads and trip reports. Thank you. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this.

I will comment on one thing, while throwing myself under the bus at the same time. The "Ugly Shoe" game. My husband and I started off doing this while dating and unfortunately, it has expanded over the years. We now call it "I Win". It also now has five categories as while looking for ugly shoes, it became apparent there was so much more. We now have five categories of which the first party must say "I Win" and the category. The rules are, the other party must hear you and see the target. It requires honesty as you must be willing to concede when the other party finds one worse. The game starts over daily. I have been guilty of yelling "I Win" loudly from across a store and dragging him to a vantage point to see the target.

1. Ugly Shoes
2. Jacked Up Hair
3. Trashy
4. Mismatched
5. Granny's Gone Bad

(Hangs head in shame)

rolling rolling

love it

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