Its Wednesday… Oh Dear, What To Do?

What shall we do?  Silly us… We have season passes to Disneyland!  We are off and running!

Leave it to the liberals!

Duh! Pumpkins everywhere!  We even have pumpkin trees!  After all, it is Disneyland.

Halloween at Disneyland

Rene and Nicole were there with Christopher… He is two months old now!  Actually, Rene was working and Nicole stopped by to say hello.  We got to visit!

Gues who we met! Christopher and his mommy

We decided to go to Disneyland today!  Great fun and we also decided to see the parade!

Just in time to see the parade

Main Street was loaded with decorations.

Everything was decorated

The parade was relly pretty good.  We had PERFECT seats.  We brought the wheelchair and parked in the street facing Tomorrowland.  The floats came right by us, we were just a few feet away!

Everybody loves a parade!

We needed to get home as we have a theater (South Coast Reperatory) engagement this evening! We stoped at Catal and had an appetizer (they happened to have potato-curry soup… vegetarian and fantastic).  We actually ordered some to take home with us!

Off to the theater with friend Greg who we haven’t seen in a coiuple of weeks.  He is our inside theater critic so we know when something is good and something is bad!  This play gets an A+ form Greg.

Greg tells a story!

Sue enjoyes the banter

Paul is captivated

We saw “Curve Of Departure”. Summary – On the night before Cyrus’ funeral, the family he left years ago gathers in a hotel room. Linda, his ex-wife. Felix, his grown son. Rudy, Cyrus’ ailing father. All steeling themselves for the burial of a man they may have loved but didn’t like. And then there’s Jackson, Felix’s new boyfriend. In the tight confines of the hotel room, it’s hard to keep secrets—especially when everyone is at a crossroads in their life. A warm and surprisingly funny family drama.

Afterwords, we headed home to crash.  It has been a full day!

About Paul

Just an old retired guy trying to finish out my last years on this planet. I lost my best friend and wife in early 2020. I was blessed again by reconnecting with Dr. Mary Côté, a long-time friend. Mary and I got married July 28th, 2021, and are enjoying life together and plan to spend the rest of our lives being a blessing to our friends and family.
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