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I was first introduced to computers in 1995. As more and more
url's began appearing for products on TV, I felt as though something
was going on and I was missing it. I purchased a IBM Aptiva just before
Christmas of that year and I've been in love with the darn thing ever
When I'm not online, I'm taking care of my 5 cats. My husband,
myself recently moved into our own home. Before that I was renting and
the number one rule there was
You could be a drug dealer and
they didn't say anything, but have a cat and the eviction notice was
in the mail.
Somehow we manage to conceal 3 cats...all strays that
came to us in various stages of injury and disease...for nearly 4 years.
But in March of '97 our luck ran out and we were turned in by who knows
who. It was then we started to seriously look for a house and found a
lovely 7 room ranch about 20 miles south of Boston, MA.
In July of '97
I added two beautiful and sweet Siamese kittens to the group. All of the
kitties get along splendidly and there is never a dull moment. The
picture is of Mollie, our Blue Point Siamese.
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Confessions of a Disney World Junkie
OK, I admit it. I'm a Disney World Junkie. I made my first trip to WDW
in 1986 and I've been back there 6 times to enjoy the magic over and
Although every trip has been special in it's own way, here are
some of the more memorable moments from trips 1-4.
- Trip #1,
1986: Trying to see all and do all in 5 days. Not a good idea as it leaves you
with a sense of unreality and total exhaustion.
- Trip #2, 1990:
absolutly no memory of Trip #1 due to extreme fatigue, this was like my
first real trip there. Stayed on site this time in a Fort Wilderness
trailor. MGM had just opened.
- Trip #3, 1992: Stayed at Fort
Wilderness again for the second and last time. We had some unexpected
house guests of the creepy, crawly variety. I decided to stay in a
regular hotel the next time if I was going to be there in the summer.
We had an armadillo that attempted to get into the trailer. Funny now
but not so much then.
During this visit, I had the best of all my experiences at WDW. One
night, while we were at EPCOT, a thunderstorm blew up. I was standing
in front of the the musical fountain and the music started and the
thunderstorm really got it's act together. Suddenly, it began pouring!
The lightning was flashing! The thunder was enormous! It was a sensory
overload! I looked behind me to see how all the other people were
enjoying this spectacle and there
was no one there but me!! It was about as close as you can ever come
at WDW to having the park all to yourself.
- Trip #4, 1994: This time we went to the Port
Orleans Resort. Fabulous! They have a wonderfully themed pool. It looks
like a dragon and there's a slide inside the dragon's head for
the young and the young at heart, like myself, to play on.
figuring out by now, I'm also a weather fan...especially
concerning thunderstorms. One day while I was back at the hotel we had
a very active lightning producing storm come by. Along with 5 or 6 other
people, I was outside video taping the action. Through sheer luck, I had my
camera pointed at just the right place, at just the right moment and got
the picture you see here. Because of the wonderful Snappy program, I
was able to make a photo out of this once in a life time event.
More Confessions of a Disney World Junkie. 1996, Trip #5 Report.
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