I like my churros a little bit soggy. Easier to gum them down when my dentures are killing me.
ok, I'm not THAT old.
There's just something about where Disneyland is situated that keeps the majority of rain out. I like to think it's God honoring what Walt wanted to do... bring families together in an age when families are breaking apart more and more.
But it's gotta' rain sometime. Otherewise, when would we get to see the rainbows? Please, if you don't like getting wet, don't come tomorrow. We don't need grumpy wet people in the park on this special day. Just us happy, wet, shiny people, please!
I really hope this is all just a fluke and its nice and sunny. I want to see the parade and the fireworks! Usually, I wouldnt care about them, but this time I really want to see it all!
This weather prediction will probably come half-true. I had a Disneyland trip planned a couple of months ago, and rain was predicted just like it is now (though the weather then was worse). Well, it did rain, but only sporadically and for very short periods of time. On the other hand, the clouds were dramatic and the sunset was beautiful. With that said, I wouldn't expect to see a fireworks show tomorrow.
Did you hear the one about the little boy who got in trouble when he showed his report card to his parents? Turns out he only got 30% right on his SAT scores. Of course his parents were very upset and asked him what he expected to do with his life if he could only manage to get 30% right...
"I'll be a weatherman!", he answered.
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I'm hoping for the best, but I can't help but wonder how rain will affect the events. Especially the 70 piece orchestra. No musician in their right mind would play their instrument in the rain... ESPECIALLY string instruments...