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He's Just Lucky

Dinner at Walt Disney World never gets old

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Disney Keynote Speaker at Grand Floridian
Mohammed and i had a few minutes to catch up last night. He’s a Bell Hop. He’s 3rd from the bottom in seniority. He’s a 27-year Cast Member.

Dinner at Walt Disney World never gets old.

Ever.

Cheryl, Chapin, and i love the perk of living so close.

Home to catch most of the second quarter. 

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Big City Stuff

Telling you where we parked may sound like boasting

Tokyo Dining at Epcot
View from dinner last night.

 

Epcot Entertainment
Incredible view of American Adventure Theater (right).

 

Dinner at Tokyo Dining last night.

Reminded our Son how cool it is to drive to dinner the way we do.

He knows.

Sometimes i think he takes it for granted.

But apparently, he’s realizing it’s beyond lucky.

Sorry to leave you hanging without revealing.

It’s so cool, that i have to pinch myself to remember how insanely lucky we are.

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Day To Day

Wash Your Hands

Germ Fighters?
Germ Fighters?

Routine can be a good thing. Agreed?

Routine can also be a bad thing. Still with me?

So when traveling, the night before my speech, decent and reliable food increases the odds of not getting any stomach surprises. If you don’t travel a lot and eat in unfamiliar territory, just try to imagine – especially if you have a “sensitive stomach”.

So, my consultant friend and I are at Outback Steakhouse.  After we order, I go to the bathroom to wash my hands. Routine is good, remember?

A three or four year old, heading to the exit door is being told by his Father, “Wash your hands.”  And out of the mouth of this cherub, “But I didn’t hold it!”