Wednesday, October 17, 2012

The Last Day

It was a seven day cruise and I have done seven posts and I could easily do more. It was one of the most fun weeks my family has ever had. The morning  after Pirate Night we had our breakfast with some of the Disney characters. It was tough to get there as early as it started but so worth it. After all, this was our last day on the ship and we didn't want to miss any of it.
The boys with Chip. Or Dale. Not sure which.
Three goofy fellows!
My family with Micky. Wasn't it clever of Brittany and I too coordinate with that wall behind us?  After we had finished eating and been visited by all of the characters our hysterical waiters started to make us hats with the colorful napkins.
They started with William. They turned him into Dumbo! He is holding the trunk. This may be one of my new favorite looks for him.
Everyone else became a pirate, check Grandpa out! He has teacups and a creamer hanging from his fancy hat.
Josh has Jack Sparrow type locks and Uncle Nate reminded me of Smee. This is their Captain Hook look.
Matthew was a classy looking pirate. Or maybe Peter Pan. Not exactly sure.
These are Brittany's Minne ears. For some reason I didn't get a picture of my sister's girls but Abby had these ears too.
Aren't I cute? Or not. Somehow Grandma escaped this treatment. Tiff had a hat but I didn't get her picture either.
The whole group. What a fantastic trip. Such great memories and so much fun.Thanks Grandma and Grandpa!


Tiff said...

I have pictures of Grandma & more! Now if I could just get my hubby to send them your way...Can we go back?

vivian said...

what a fantastic way to spend a happy week with family! looks like there was never a dull moment.
I bet it feels good to be home though!
happy thursday!

Queen Elizabeth said...

What great memories! (Can I vote your parents grandparents of the year? - Don't tell my parents.) You look GREAT by the way!

Anonymous said...

Michelle, Thanks for all your extra effort in making your blog very special for all of us. Your remarks are most appropriate and enjoyable. It is a trip that your mom and I will always remember and cherish!!
Love, Dad