April 5th, 2006


About Disneyland

So, Disneyland was about the worst experience in history (at a themepark). First, the Disneyland people were like, "Sorry, even if you are paralyzed, you cannot have a complimentary attendant. Everyone needs a ticket." Which, is contrary to every California themepark I have ever visited. We were totally under the impression that it was like California law, but not so. Eventually, I got my dad in for free, but it involved so much confrontation. Not cool.

Plus, it was raining thoroughly and continually throughout my visit. We got Disneyland ponchos (seven dollars each), and my chair started acting crazy, and then stopped working altogether. I did get to see the 3-D show "Honey, I Shrunk the Audience." Like all 3-D shows, (excluding the terminator show at Universal Studios) It was pretty cheesy, even if it was fun.

We were at the park for probably less than four hours. We met up with my dad's family afterwards at their hotel, and that was cool. I really like catching up with family. Then, we went to Red Robin and I had some Buffalo chicken strips and weird Mexican chicken thing. It was pretty delicious.

Afterwards, we drove home. It was a thoroughly exhausting day. Then, I was doing my homework when the power went out. It stayed out for a couple of hours, and I got a little bit of sleep. When it came back on, I started to finish my homework. It is still not done, but I am feeling okay about that. I still have about an hour until I start getting ready for school.

Today's going to be another LONG day. I leave for school at 8:30, and my last class concludes at 8:15 PM. And, it looks like it's going to be a rainy rainy day. Kim + rain = non-mixy. I have faith it'll be a good day. Here's hoping that I am right.