As we wander our wonderland, we share a funnel cake, hot and sweet. I reach up and softly rub a touch of powdered sugar from George’s chin and say, “Come on! Let’s ride the Ferris Wheel!” He laughs in return and replies, “That is my favorite thing to do!” We clamber into the car, and up into the sky we rise for the second time that day. When the car stops at the very top and we share that special kiss, I know that this is the best date ever. From breakfast at Mr. J’s, to the balloon ride, to that moment atop the Ferris Wheel, the day is cozy, breathtaking, and “down home,” full of one Instagram worthy moment after another, truly a “most delightful date.” As I lay my head on George’s shoulder on the limo ride home, I realize, however, that although, our date has been fantastic, next time it’s his turn to plan the most delightful date...and pay
Laissez les bon temps rouler! The Mardi Gras culture is all about letting the good times roll and is a happy culture full of amazing traditions. Mardi Gras culture, for me, has always been a family associated culture. My family spends much time with each other bonding over king cake and crawfish. Tasty king cakes, beautiful masks, massive parades, giant floats, picnics, ridiculous costumes, and long gorgeous beads-all amazing festivities of the greatest culture to ever exist, my Mardi Gras culture.
His name, Vergible Woods or Tea Cake, and he will show Janie a whole new world. From Janie’s new relationship with Tea Cake she learns about true happiness. Tea Cake is the first to truly make her laugh and smile. Tea Cake is the picture of a true gentleman. He introduces Janie to many new things such as fishing.
Big Bill’s was a small-town family style restaurant with a country western theme. Furs from all over would come to Marigold Bay just to eat his delicious home-cooked meals and enjoy the lively company. The restaurant always had fun activities for the kids to do, from Red Light, Green Light competitions to spelling bees to line-dance Battles you name it, Big Bills always had fun shenanigans for children to enjoy. Jesse loved to participate in the ice cream pie eating contest, he would never win, but boy could this little leo eat a ton of ice cream! But what Jesse mostly looked forward to, was when things would calm down and he got to hear his Mom and Dad sing for everyone.
I made out people cheering as they going down slope on the roller-coaster. I had the mouth-watering taste of the sweetness of the sugar from the pale red candy floss I brought. I hand smelled the scent of people sweat as they get more exited to go one the rides. I could feel the warmness from the beef burger what I am holding. Because we have been good, our parents is going to take us to a mini
Even Big Mama, Janice’s mom, gathers along the street waiting for the floats to pass by. As the floats approach, she starts waving to the revelers as they pass by hoping to catch some of the trinkets being thrown her way. John told me that, “This has been a family tradition to take part in parades for many years, but I must admit that the Krewe of Zulu Mardi Gras parade is our favorite. It’s like one big party everywhere you go (Personal Interview). “Beads and trash ….
Familiar carols played all through the parks, causing impromptu people to sing along. With snow falling and foot prints dotted across the pathways, walking down Disney’s Main Street brings the holidays to life. While walking down Main Street you can smell fresh popcorn exploding, available in souvenir containers. The R2D2 vessel; standing roughly 4 inches tall, full of plump, salted popcorn was astonishing. On almost every corner of the estate you will find a stand, smoky as a fire pit, vending smoked turkey legs.
Deep in the green fields of grass and trees, you can hear the astonishing sound of the birds going BRRR...BRRR, then you can hear the footsteps of kids, families, and runners walking down the brown colored trail going BOOM...BOOM. The sense of excitement and joy are running down the children 's body as they slide down the slides, swing on the monkey bars, and jump up and down to show how much fun they are having. The adults are sitting around the campfire that almost feels like a hug from a warm marshmallow on a cold winter day, and athletes are running up and down the trail as they breathe in the fresh air that is surrounding them by enormous trees and delightful plants. The smell of hamburgers and fries being made in the concession stands
From our long walking day and glass experience, we were all starving. We walked under the mesmerizing twinkling lights along the waters. We were all in awe of this amazing country. My aunt Julie and her boyfriend had separated from the rest of the group to go and eat dinner on their own. My large group had been taken aback two people making all 20 of us feel a little smaller.
Giggly is a very happy clown, who loves to be at carnivals and to work with children. Giggly has been a clown for 37 years and she loves her job. Giggly was very excited for today because she was working at the local carnival in Neenah. Giggly put on her bright blue pants, then she put on her white button up shirt with frillies, she then painted on her clown makeup. Next came her bright red nose, and lastly she laced up her bright red shoes.