Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Tuesday, June 22: Toy Story!

I have such a busy day tomorrow, I'm looking forward to it so much. In the morning I'm being interviewed at Green Gables by Sally Pitt, and in the afternoon I'm shooting a public service announcement to enlighten people to the dangers of jumping off Covehead bridge. I can't WAIT.

Today I worked some more on the designs Mike left in my hands. I've gotten all the English done, and I'm working on the French. Placing type in a language that you do not understand is very difficult and it's taking me awhile, but I think I only have 6 left so HORRAY!

We had a big External Relations/Visitor Experience meeting today, which caught everybody up on what everyone else was doing. Work has been crazy busy with the park opening on Friday, so it was great to touch base and hear all of the exciting things happening.

There was talk of many, many Anne's in one place. This made me excited. That's all I'm going to say about that.

I went to see Toy Story 3 tonight, and I cried. I won't give anything away, but it felt like it was made for people our age; people who first discovered the story when they were still playing with toys. The franchise grew as Andy and I grew, and this (hopefully final) chapter was the perfect melody of nostalgia, progression and hilarity. Two thumbs up from this uneducated movie reviewer with no credentials.

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