The last week has been full speed ahead. This is really the first morning where I’ve been able to sit and drink my coffee in my fancy new Club 33 mug…


Our friend Carrie was kind enough to invite us to lunch there, and we were so excited to be among the few who have eaten above New Orleans Square in Disneyland. We were really geeky about it, and loved taking in all the history, details, and photos.

Of course, the first thing we did was take photos of the restroom. We were caught by a custodian who said that was the norm, catching people taking photos in the restroom. She taught us the best way to take secret restroom photos, by propping the stall doors open with tissue.



I also got to see Mandi and Steve again. I love those two, I could listen to them talk for hours. Of course, I’d have to add to the conversation a little too, or that might come across as a little creepy. ;p

The food was delicious. There weren’t many buffet items for appetizers, so I didn’t have high expectations for my meal. I didn’t think it would be like The Millenium Restaurant where they specialize in vegan cuisine, but my entree was surprisingly delicious. There were veggies and a coconut curry sauce, that I just can’t get out of my head. I wish pictures let you remember how something smelled and tasted. :p

Appetizers: not looking promising!


Total surprise-knocked it out of the ballpark entree:


Trevor’s entree:


Carrie, enjoying the soup:


Big T, being out of control:


All of us:


While we were eating, J was watching Little T at Disneyland. We met her afterward to pick up Little T:



Then we took Little T to meet his new hero, Miss Snow White. This may have blown his little mind.



We stayed in the park for a while afterward and danced at the mad Tea Party before calling it a night. Little T has some very fancy dance moves and didn’t think twice about showing them off!

A fun adventure for our family. I can’t say thank you enough to Carrie and Chris for inviting us. It really was one of those things I never imagined I’d be able to do, and I’m so glad we did!