So on November 29th, Jessica Rabbit and I decided it was Disneyland-time.
We're almost there!
Right inside the gates, we met up with an old acquaintance.
One of the funniest parts of the day was when Cinderella saw the top of Jessica's dress was falling down, and she tried unsuccessfully to pull it back up into place. All I could say was, "Good luck with that, honey."
Then we passed by this handsome fellow on the street . . .
Do ya think they're compensatin' fer somethin'? Yeah, probably.
Santa Baby, she hasn't been bad — she's just drawn that way!
The trophy of the day! Absolutely fabulous, dahling!
Admission for one, plee-uz . . .
Jessica was ready for her close-up.
I know I already posted another pic of Jessica in front of the castle, but as Jessica reminds us, things are always better when they come in twos.
Careful how you handle that thing, honey. It might go off!
Over in Fantasyland, Jessica couldn't resist dropping by her old college buddy for another beauty-based altercation.
We'd heard Mary Poppins was going to make an appearance over in front of Casey Jr., so we decided to take a few spins on the Carrousel while we waited.
Since there was barely anyone in line for the Carrousel, the cast member let us stay on for as long as we wanted.
It takes me an awful long time to have enough Carrousel for the day, but we finally departed from our noble steeds by the time Mary was due to show up. We waited for ten minutes before checking back at the hub to see if she had gone there instead, only to find . . .
These two locked in mortal combat. I swear Alice was about to knock Hatter's block off right before we got there.
Since Alice and the Hatter were currently dominating the Hub area instead of Mary, we went back to Fantasyland to check if she was finally there. No such luck, so Jessica wowed a crowd with her determination to pull that sword out.
Still no Mary Poppins in Fantasyland, so we headed back through the Castle intending to grab some seats for the parade.
By the time we took this picture, my Mad Madame Momba had decided her coffee-system had too much blood in it, so we went over to the little coffee cart next to the entrance to Frontierland, where we found . . .
Bert and Mary Poppins!!! Proving that wherever your heart lies, so there will be your treasure after all. As long as your heart requires coffee to survive and your treasure is Mary Poppins, which makes perfect sense to me. As you can see, Mary refused to lay her hands on another woman, where Bert was only too happy to oblige. Bert told me an entertaining little story about how Jessica once blew him a kiss on Main Street, but right before the kiss landed on him, Mary reached out and snatched it away. He then turned to Mary and reminded her that she still hadn't given it back to him.
While waiting for the parade to begin, we got to see Princess Giselle for the first time. Well, only Mad Madame Momba really did. I was off on Splash Mountain with my younger brother and his friend at the time.
Yay, I love the Music Box Dancer!
And as far as photos go, that, my dearios, is . . .