Hello from Jim, Dianne and Megan.

We've been gone from the Internet for a while. Over the past holiday season, both my parents passed away. On Thanksgiving Day, Mom lost her 4-year battle with breast cancer. Dad had a stroke and died just 3 weeks later. It was all incredibly sad, and we realized that even over the past year, we were spending most of our free time with Mom and Dad.

Three months later, and we're doing okay. We just wanted to let you know why we've been absent, and to let you know that we hope to see you more often here at 2Adults1Child.

Disneyland's newest ride in Tomorrowland

March 7, 2005

We've been visiting Disneyland for a long time. Over the past few years, we've noticed that some of the newer rides have split us up as a family. Tower of Terror, California Screamin', 'It's Tough to be a Bug,' are are too scary and/or intense for Megan and/or Dianne. Back in the day, rides like PeopleMover, Skyway, CircleVision 360, America Sings, were attractions that allowed guests of all ages to enjoy together.

So it's neat to see Disneyland make room for something like Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters. [above] It's an easy-going, intereactive attraction that is high on entertainment value, and easy on either gut-wrenching speed, or scare tactics.

Monday, we headed to Disneyland to take a break from work and school and everyday life [okay, we played hooky], and had a chance to see the new Buzz Lightyear ride, which was open as a sneak peek in Tomorrowland.

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