Mr. Smith and I have been on a little mini hiatus for the last few days. I had hoped to get a post up before leaving for said break from the real world but I wasn’t really sure what to write about.
At first I was reluctant to pick up blogging and my hobbies again. To be fair I was reluctant to do anything. I couldn’t even eat. Now I’m finding I relish the little things; in particular the hobbies that bring me and especially others joy. So of course I’ll be doing a blog about how my hobbies are helping me through everything. I guess every blog I do is about a hobby or project, I just have a new love for them.
But of course now I have a mini vacation to blog about . For Mr. Smith’s birthday we spent some time with his aunt and her family down in Florida. As I’ve said my family has been amazingly helpful with getting through this so I’m incredibly grateful Mr. Smith has some family relatively close by.
They live in an area that I’m quite familiar with because my grandparents used to live there. We had the opportunity to go to Legoland one day…
This is going to sound like an
Type of thing, but I actually went to Legoland before it was Legoland. On a side note I had been to Legoland once it was Legoland as well, I was just excited to see how Mr. Smith would like it since this was his first trip.
Legoland is built around a place called Cyprus Gardens which I had been to several times in my youth and your admission to the park includes admission to the old gardens. Don’t get me wrong Legoland is cool, (more about it later) but if you don’t bother going to Cyprus Gardens while you’re there you are missing out.
Mr. Smith didn’t really bother taking any pictures in Legoland but his eyes lit up and the camera snapped away when we got to the gardens as you can probably tell by all of these pictures. If you’ve never seen a Banyan tree it is an amazing sight to behold. Of course he had to have a creepy tree in this post.
Legoland itself was toy heaven, secretly (or perhaps not so secretly) neither of us have matured in the last 20 years so we are still stuck in the 8-14 age bracket that Legos cater to… our vacation budget was spent accordingly. And that’s pretty much all we did was shop. The weather was terrible thanks to this time of year so a good amount of the rides were closed anyway. I’m extremely happy I wore my bathing suit under my clothes because I never dried out.
(Han definitely shot first)
Our haul from Legoland however was epic…. Oh I mean Awesome!
I’m personally of the master builder disposition whereas Mr. Smith tends to follow directions. He has plans involving Kra-Gl but I’ve got a piece of resistance around here to stop him.
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I’m so very happy you’ll continue blogging and that you got away for a bit. I do hope you know I’ve been thinking of you guys often and I missed your short absence 🙂 Aaand, I think I need to take my husband to Legoland.
We definitely needed the vacation and it was wonderful to see family. I’ve already got a bunch of projects lined up, I think it will be therapeutic, so I’m not going anywhere 🙂 and thanks for keeping us in your thoughts
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