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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Mickey's Halloween Party Part 4

After having two (TWO!) Diet cokes, (oh by the way, Zolaco lets you get refills) I decided to see if there was any new merchandise in Frontierland. There was!


Ain't it cute?


I walked over to New Orleans Square and took a seat to check my text messages. I know what you're thinking - YOU'RE AT DISNEYLAND!!! But you see, my son was supposed to go to Mickey's Halloween Party with me but he couldn't make it. I asked my cousin and then she got scheduled to work. I asked my niece but she called me while I was at Zocalo to say she couldn't make it. I started texting everybody I could think of that might possibly be able to drop what they were doing to meet me at the Park. So....I had to check my messages!


Nice view, huh? Still checking texts....


Unfortunately, no one was able to meet me at the Park. Man, I hate it when a ticket goes to waste! OK now I'm grumpy. Come back tomorrow.

4 comments:

Thufer said...

No, I do not want that shirt. No, I do not want that shirt. Note to self; No, I do not want....yes I do! No I do not want that shirt.

Debbie V. said...

I really like those two shirts in the top photo (even though one is a guy shirt), necklaces and all. I wonder if they come in a 2X?
Beautiful BIG photo really make me feel I'm there - thanks!

Davelandweb said...

Shouldn't "grumpy" be with a capital "G"? Ha! Hope you had fun anyway!

Chris Jepsen said...

I'm enjoying this series, and suspect I will enjoy it more as we get to the "Halloween Party" segment. I doubt I'll get to an extra fee event like that any time soon. But that doesn't mean I'm not really curious.

So thanks for the step-by-step coverage!

Random rhetorical question: Why is there no Western-themed merchandise for sale in the Frontierland stores? And no, products featuring Woody from Toy Story don't count.

Okay, I guess you can still get a coonskin cap for the kiddies -- but that doesn't even come in adult sizes!

How hard would it be to have a few authentically styled Western hats for sale? (And yes, we can tell the difference between an Austrialian hat and something a Texan might wear.) Or maybe some Indian jewelry, or plaid shirts with pearl buttons, or... (dare I say it?)... a few Pendleton products?

At least one can buy the occasional Hawaiian shirt, plush "wild" animal, or Indiana Jones hat in Adventureland.