Doing okay Kim. I was a bit under the weather the past few days but I woke up feeling half way normal. So I'm assuming the bug is out of my system.....let's hope so anyway.
I should be doing stuff, but I just don't feel like it. Although I did toss in a load of laundry an hour ago, so I should go check on that, I'm sure it's done by now. I seriously better get to doing stuff otherwise it just won't get done.
I hear that place looks rather spectacular at night. Would love to see it that way.... without the crowds....
Oh yeah all that neon looks amazing at night, and it would be nice to see it without crowds, maybe by next fall or winter
---------- Post added 06-28-2012 at 12:05 PM ----------
Originally Posted by micromind
Hi you guys!
Flo's V8 diner; is that the place that has a model of a V8 engine? If so, there was a thread about it in the DL forum. It was about the firing order of a typical V8 and whether or not the 'spark plugs' lit in the proper order.
A V8 has two banks of 4 cylinders, one on the left and the other on the right. Each cylinder fires in sequence, otherwise the engine would run rough.
If the 4 cylinders at Flo's are the right bank, they do indeed fire in the proper sequence.
I just love how Disney pays attention to detail like this.
True enough, only one of ten thousand people would notice this, but it's still cool.
That's a cool detail! I was completely distracted yesterday and didnt notice now I have to back and see it.
Sean's mom came home early from work. The boys broke the news to grandpa. We then went out to dinner at our favorite restaurant, where the manager told the boys that when they passed, their dinner would be on him. He was true to his word.
Now the boys are off calling all their friends, and my husband is ready to take his shower. Sadly, he has to be in bed in a hour.
Jason went on a job interview today, and he has to go back tomorrow for a drug test. When he passes that test he should be able to start work next week. The job is in a pet store, and Jason loves animals. He said, "everything but the tarantulas."