Saturday, September 15, 2012

silence is a sign of (a) good character.

i don't recall ever hearing a child ask why certain characters at the disney theme parks don't talk.  it's like some magical innate acceptance.  in any case, words can be puzzling.

yesterday's trip to epcot allowed us to meet remy.  and wendell.  and br'er fox.  and mr. penguin.   lil and mad could associate all of these characters with either movies or rides/shows.  can you?


  1. I think kids are more accepting than adults and their imagination is also what makes them accept things more. cute pics.

    hope you have a great day.

  2. A REAL LIFE Centus! Wonderful take on the prompt!!!

  3. I don't think I can. I guess I need to brush up on my Disney stuff, though I do recognize Brer Fox.


  4. It's weird too how most of them have open mouths...or are made of plastic. Or look like creepy old men...

    Maybe you explained all of that, but, turned into a disney character and therefore the rest of the post is...void of puzzilization.

    See what I did there?

    Yeah. Me neither.

  5. True. Words CAN be puzzling...puzzling enough from humans let alone imaginary critters! Well done!

  6. Kids can be so much more wiser than adults, most times. I learn to listen to my daughters. Such a great trip and thank you so much for sharing. Mine is here
    Have you an AWESOME WEEKEND!

  7. Kids seem to understand so much better than we adults sometimes.
    I like your photos and take.
    ~Naila Moon

  8. Oh I know what you mean! We were in Disneyland last year and it's just a natural's like how the parents, or any adults on Charlie Brown just made funny muffled sounds!

  9. Your daughters are beautiful!

    I love their smiles!

    I think children have not yet lost the ability to imagine what might be said!

    Lovely writing. Thanks for sharing your time with us.


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