Okay, so last “tickle my fancy” day I put up all that shtuff me&James found on River Country; TODAY I’m putting up the stuff we found about Discovery Island! ALRIGHT, so Discovery Island was this island in Bay Lake at Walt Disney World. Ironically, it’s right across from River Country. Anywho, it used to be a place to observe wildlife, you know like bird sanctuaries and stuff, but they closed it in 1999 and moved all their animals to the newly opened Animal Kingdom. The island is closed to the public today, but of course someone managed to sneak in (just like they snuck into River Country.) So here’s the link to the page we found http://shaneperez.blogspot.com/2009/12/discovery-island.html.
What I’m wondering is.. what’s the DEAL with the snakes in the coke bottles? Freaky.
Uh okay, so I had no idea what a “fanfic” was SOOO i went to wikipedia! “Fan fiction (alternately referred to as fanfiction, fanfic, FF, or fic) is a broadly-defined term for fan labor regarding stories about characters or settings written by fans of the original work, rather than by the original creator.”
So a few months ago, my dear friend James and I were having another one of our Disney-filled discussions and we ended up talking about how there used to be three water parks at Disney World: Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach, and River Country. I realized that I hadn’t heard anything about River Country since my first trip to Disney in 2000 so I was all “uh, what happened to it?” James said it closed. But that fascinated me because things don’t just close in Disney World… But anyway, so then we started an investigation to find out what exactly happened to River Country. We found this: http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2344523
Uh… there’s something wrong here. Disney just let a water park rot away? There’s gotta be a reason why that land hasn’t been touched in over 8ish years. *more research* What’s this? Something about man-eating bacteria in the water? Uh, ew. Well anyway, whether that was the reason they closed River Country or not, the thing is that it’s just sitting there collecting dust. And it freaks me out. Alot.
The 7 Life Path is the searcher and seeker of truth. You have a clear and compelling sense of yourself as a spiritual being. As a result, your goal is devoted to investigations into the unknown, and to finding the answers to the mysteries of life.
You posses a fine mind; you are an analytical thinker who is capable of great concentration and theoretical insight. You enjoy research and putting the pieces of an intellectual puzzle together. Once you have enough pieces in place, you are capable of highly creative insight, and of practical solutions to problems.
You enjoy your solitude, preferring to work alone. You need time to contemplate your ideas without the intrusion of other’s people’s thoughts. You are a lone wolf, a person who lives by your own ideas and methods.
As a result, close associations are difficult for you to form and to keep especially, marriage. You need your space and privacy, which when violated, can cause great frustration and irritation. When your life is balanced, however, you are both charming and attractive. You can be the life of a party and you enjoy performing before an audience. You enjoy displaying your wit and knowledge, which makes you attractive to others, especially the opposite sex. But you have distinct limits. While you are generous in social situations, sharing your attention and energy freely, you are keenly aware of the need to come off stage, and to return to the solitude of your lair. You associate peace with the unobtrusive privacy of your world. Therefore, intimacy is difficult for you, because you guard your inner world like a mother lion does her cubs.
However, all this privacy and solitude can cause isolation and loneliness. You can be aware of an emptiness in your life, a part of you that yearns for company and close companionship that may be unsatisfied.
If isolation is brought to extreme, you can become cynical and suspicious. You can develop hidden, selfish motives, which people may sense and cause them to be uncomfortable around you. You must guard against becoming too withdrawn and too independent, thus shutting out the love for others, and keeping you from experiencing the true joy of friendship and close companionship.
You must especially watch out for selfishness and egocentricity, thinking of yourself as the center of the universe, as the only person who really matters. Social contract gives you perspective on yourself and on life, while too much isolation can make you too narrow, and even shut off from the rest of the world.
Secretly, you may feel jealous of the easy relationships formed by others; you may perceive others as less inhibited than you, or more free to express themselves. You may harshly criticize yourself for not being more gregarious, powerful or capable of greater leadership.
Your challenge in life is to maintain your independence without feeling isolated or ineffectual. You must hold fast to your unique view of the world while at the same time being open to others and to the knowledge they have to offer.
With your abilities to learn, analyze and seek out answers to life’s important questions, you have the potential for enormous growth and success in life. By the time you reach middle age you will radiate refinement and wisdom. Phytaguours, who lived 2500 years ago and is often called the father of numerology, loved the 7 for its great spiritual potential.
The person with a 7 Path Life often finds success and satisfaction with business, science, religion, insurance, invention, the occult and anything relate to research.
“I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles.”—Audrey Hepburn
went shopping today. bought a shirt with The Who on it. tried on a dress that i admitted my ass looked good in. didn’t eat much at all. got a huge headache and a leak in the convertible’s roof. found out that cvs doesn’t sell lotto tickets. REMEMBERED THAT I’M GOING TO JERSEY TOMORROW!