5.04.2009

It's A Small World After All . . .

I recorded the first five minutes of this ride and then thought that would be enough torture for all my friends, plus my battery died. Here you go. . .


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10 comments:

  1. Okay, I know people hate It's A Small World, but everytime I hear it, it makes me happy. :-) Oh, BTW, it IS different in Disney World--not all of it, but some of it.

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  2. Yeah, I'm ready to get to Orlando and check it out, once my back and feet heal from this trip. I heard that Disneyland fits in Disney World's parking lot. I'm ready, I'm ready!

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  3. Great - now I'm going to have that song in my head for the rest of the day. Thanks, Erika ;)

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  4. that's why i'm not hitting play :D hee hee hee

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  5. Janet - HA! You fell into my trap.

    Ban - you're just too darn smart.

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  6. Thanks so much for the ear worm, Erika! :P

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  7. Problem is I didn't hit play - subliminal messaging. Name a song I know well and it gets stuck in my head until another one comes along. AND now that I'm back, I'm back to singing that song!!

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  8. Oh, honey! don't get me started on the walking! two years ago, I wore a pedometer. We usually visit two or three parks each day, hitting the rides we want to do over and over. Anyhoo, I lost it down the toilet in Japan(it was on my shorts and it sproinged off when I pulled them up--autoflush is the rest of the story) at Epcot at roughly 4 pm. We had walked over 13 miles at that time. By the time we got back to the room, it had to be around the 18 mile mark.
    Just do a LOT of walking at home to prepare for it!

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  9. Janet, I guess I'm pretty smart too if it worked without you even hitting play! :D

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  10. Margaret, I can believe it, (the milage that is). We walked a ton. I have good walking shoes and my feet were still killing me.

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