Only one hand left of fingers to count until we leave for Orlando, Florida to Walt Disney World. I just came back from Sobey’s with bags of snack packs and nuts and dried bananas: I’m nuts and bananas for dried bananas! It’s true! I just love them! And I also bought a bagfull of Jello for airmiles! Crazy I know and I felt like the guy who bought those puddings a while back when he found a glitch in the system. The Jello packs were .65 cents each and if you bought 3 you got 5 airmiles. I thought that was a pretty good deal so I bought 24 for 40 airmiles! Not too shabby! I spent 15.60$ for 40 airmiles and a year supply of Jello: I would never have so much fun if I had a million dollar! But then I could go to all the Disney parks all over the real world in a year…
Radio Radio’s music is is the soundtrack for the day! As I was walking back from the store I kept hearing the Radio Radio song Deckshoo “C’est qui c’qui veut du Jello” and as I was putting snacks in my big suitcase, the other one 9 piece luggage Set cause I have a “grosse valise” and I “Collect mes airmiles”! I’d love to have a kava lounge evening with the guys from Radio Radio along with Andre Sauve, with Dami and the burmese cats of course! What a surreal evening that would be. Speaking of kava, I am bringing some instant kava. The idea of having some fresh “Nakamal at Home” kava shipped straight to the resort crossed my mind but it might not be a good idea. The thing is they don’t ship to Canada anymore and that is too bad. I guess we will have to go visit one day. But the thruth is the Kona Kava Farm powdered kava we buy is so good that we will be fine without any other kind. And I can’t believe how their new batch is strong.
I got a Febreeze deodorizer (in case the room smells funky) and the smell reminds me of JP, and suddenly I am a Rock by Simon and Garfunkle starts playing on the Windows player: “A rock feels no pain… and an island never cries…” I asked for the musician at the funerals to play that song. I miss JP and I always will. I was never closer to him than when he passed away. I carry his memory within my flesh and bones, along with my grandmother’s. I raise a kava shell to them!
Now back to the trip… where was I? Oh yes, I was saying preparing is a big part of traveling. Walt Disney World means a lot to me, and it does a little more each new time I go. I check the weather predictions every day, and fortunately the big low pressure system will have passed by Sunday. It will be minus 2 Celsius (28F) in Orlando tomorrow night! At this time, it looks like the weather will warm up just for us. Mama D will be able to go for a swim Sunday evening while we wait for our luggage and I drink my kava!