Wonder Woman

Here is the latest sketch and review for Wonder Woman. My brother Keith and I discuss the movie with no spoilers: I’ve seen it, he hasn’t.

An artists note: I find Diana hard to draw from scratch. I don’t know what it is, maybe the tiara. 

The audio is an excerpt from the Amateur Dads podcast episode 1. 

Disney World Animal Kingdom

[I thought I posted this one but I guess not.]

After a bus schedule mishap, we drove over to Animal Kingdom. Here is what happened:

The Kilimanjaro Safari is the best way to experience animals from Africa. Ever since we went last year the zoo, any zoo, just isn’t the same. Let them be free!

Also, we were Lions this time around at the Festival of The Lion King. Last time was warthogs and that’s just not the same.

St. Augustine, Day 2

St. Augustine really is a beautiful city. It reminds me of parts of Charleston, or New Orleans as well. But there is that Spanish touch of architecture which sucks me in and finds me in awe. I loved walking around and seeing the old buildings and the Castillo de San Marco. That fort reminded me of another National Monument, El Castillo del Morro in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

On the food side, St. Augustine isn’t lacking. There were three different breakfast places all on the same block/corner. We chose the Maple Street Biscuit Company. They had an amazing Maple Vanilla Latte. Wonderful service and a great vibe. I could eat there every day.

St. Augustine, Day 1

After a two and a half hour drive, we found ourselves on the white sandy beaches of St. Augustine. I had some nice GoPro footage from the water. Video of Myles running towards the water, and then running right back out.

We hit up an awesome local seafood spot with a ginormous Lobster Mac and Cheese. Eleni helped me eat it the best she could. We didn’t finish.

Disney Magic Kingdom

We spent day 3 in Disney World at the Magic Kingdom. I was able to score some FastPass+ times for Peter Pan and the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. If you’ve ever gone to Disney you know those are impossible to have short waits.

Disney World Magic Kingdom

Day 1 of spring break 2017 went off very well after a nightmarish drive down.

The People Mover was shockingly more than just a slow ride around Tomorrowland.

Of course, there were Teacups, the Carrousel and parades.

Destination: Disney

19 hours…NINETEEN HOURS!!!!

I can’t believe it took us that long to get down to Florida. 

Such a long day. I was physically incapacitated trying to get out of bed the next day. My arm was dead until the afternoon. Luckily that stayed away. 

Avis, Where’s Our Car?

Our first official spring break as parents happened earlier this month. It didn’t get off on the right foot thanks to Avis rental car. 

It took them awhile to get us our refund. A lot longer than it should have. The car worked out ok, but an ominous mood lurked over the first day of vacation.