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post #1 of 28
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Well guys - I finally put our furbabies in my siggy. Chris has already spotted it - eagle eyed Chris

I was officially handed over as slave to Lily on Saturday, so I planned the new siggy to arrive after that.

So now you can see the whole gang
post #2 of 28
Aww very sweet I love your signature, very well done and its always lovely to see your babies in a signature.

Love and hugs

x Eva x
post #3 of 28
Yay! I love the new siggy... sorry I missed it earlier! But it does look fantastic - did you make it? If so - way to go!
post #4 of 28
It looks nice.
post #5 of 28
It looks great!
post #6 of 28
lol!! i saw your siggy a few hrs ago and i thought to my self.. wow thats pretty
BUT I HAD NO IDEA IT WAS YOU
because.. i thought you were still in paris!
how was paris and your birthday???
post #7 of 28
I love your sig! Beautiful!
post #8 of 28
Very nice siggy of your beautiful fur-babies
post #9 of 28
Oh I love your siggy!
post #10 of 28
Very nice siggy! Beautiful furbabies!
post #11 of 28
Wow, Beth, so beautiful!
post #12 of 28
That's great, Beth! It is so lovely to see how your kitties look!
post #13 of 28
your siggy looks great
post #14 of 28
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Thanks everyone.

Ari - yes I made it myself - I wish I had half of Cirque's talent though - his are just beautiful aren't they.

Fwan - Paris was cold - but fantastic. I got snow on my birthday - I'm boring everyone with this because I so wanted it to snow . I've got some photos to upload, but I've got to resize them first. But in the meantime - here's one of me in the blizzard!
post #15 of 28


BURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!! That looks COLD!!!!
post #16 of 28
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Originally Posted by flisssweetpea
Ari - yes I made it myself - I wish I had half of Cirque's talent though - his are just beautiful aren't they.
Awe.. thanks Flisssweetpea Very nice of you to say
post #17 of 28
Hey Beth, congrats with your new siggy!, it´s sooo cool!,
BTW did you not envy our sunny days in México????? ...
post #18 of 28
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Cirque - no problem - just saying it as I see it

Rigel - thanks. Yes I envy your sunny Mexican days. I like to "visit" the cold weather it's a bit of a pain when you've got to try and get to work in it though. My favourite weather is gently sunny - around 70 - 75 degrees as I don't like sitting in the sun anyway. I just like the weather to be pleasantly warm.
post #19 of 28
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Wow, It's beautiful. I think it looks better than the one in Orlando, I must go to Disney in Paris.
This is the one in Orlando with nice weather.
post #20 of 28
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It is a very pretty castle - but much much smaller than the one in Orlando. There is no room for an upstairs restaurant as there in WDW.

But, there are great reasons to visit Paris if you're ever over this way. The rides tend to have been developed later so are more"thrilling" Space Mountain is simply amazing - it's just being completely redesigned at the moment. Indiana Jones scares the life out of me (I'm not much of a White Knuckle rider) and Pirates of the Carribean is different to WDW - it has more drops in it.

We were in Florida this summer. Daughter's boyfriend came with us - it's the first time he's really travelled abroad and he was stunned by it. We took him to New York for a few days on the way back and now he's planning how he's going to get back there
post #21 of 28
Sound like you're a Disney freak too. I love Space Mountain but I like the fast pass lane because that one has more drops than the other lane where you have to wait for 2 hours to get on the ride. I think Indiana Jones and Pirate of the Caribbean is at MGM Studios. I have gone to all the four parks from Disney (MGM Studios, Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Magic Kingdom). I also went to Universal Studios and they have the best ride of all the parks "The Mummy" but the park sucks. Have you ever gone to Disney on Dec. 31st? I did and it was packed, there was 62,000 thousands people there. It was nice bringing in the year, the fireworks were awesome. I'm definitely going to do it again next year.
Thanks for all the info, I've been thinking about going to Disney in Paris for a while now.
post #22 of 28
That sure does look cold! I love the picture Beth, thanks for sharing!
post #23 of 28
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Originally Posted by babygirl
Sound like you're a Disney freak too. I love Space Mountain but I like the fast pass lane because that one has more drops than the other lane where you have to wait for 2 hours to get on the ride. I think Indiana Jones and Pirate of the Caribbean is at MGM Studios. I have gone to all the four parks from Disney (MGM Studios, Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Magic Kingdom). I also went to Universal Studios and they have the best ride of all the parks "The Mummy" but the park sucks. Have you ever gone to Disney on Dec. 31st? I did and it was packed, there was 62,000 thousands people there. It was nice bringing in the year, the fireworks were awesome. I'm definitely going to do it again next year.
Thanks for all the info, I've been thinking about going to Disney in Paris for a while now.
Oh DEFINITELY Disney freaks - I've lost count of the times we've visited one park or another since 1989. We've been to Disneyland (Los Angeles) WDW (countless times) and Disneyland Paris many times. Space Mountain in Paris is more like Rock 'n Roller coaster - it's completely different to the one in Florida - before the changes you were blasted upwards and went through loops and corkscrews - it was the first Disney ride to link the music to the ride as you go around. They're just redesigning it now to make it even more exciting - it re-opens on April 5th (they've changed the date from the one published on the website because of the royal wedding).

If you check out this website you can take a virtual visit and see the rides - you'll see Indiana Jones, in Florida it's a show, in Paris it's a roller coaster.
http://www.disneylandparis.com/uk/virtual_visit/dlp.htm - have fun.

I LOVED the Mummy ride!!! It was fantastic. But I agree with you I didn't think much of the Universal Park - particularly the Islands of Adventure bit - did nothing for me at all. I also loved the Men In Black ride there - that was hilarious - hubby and I had competitions

I've celebrated New Year twice in Disney Florida - it was great - we don't normally do anything special for New Year at home - so it's a real occasion when we go to Florida.

If ever you want to chat about Disney you know where I am . As for my daughter.....she has to be a world authority on Disney I think
post #24 of 28
Beth i looked at it and thought "Has it was always been there?"

It's lovely!

Oh and i have one of those yellow macs as well when i was at Universal Studios
post #25 of 28
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Originally Posted by rosiemac
Beth i looked at it and thought "Has it was always been there?"

It's lovely!

Oh and i have one of those yellow macs as well when i was at Universal Studios
Thanks Susan. Yep - those yellow macs are so flattering aren't they! Especially when you're only 5ft tall. I can just about get away with the child's size but at least with the adults I keep dry all the way down to mid-calf length.
post #26 of 28
Woooo Hoooo i'm taller than you by 1"!!!!!!
post #27 of 28
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Originally Posted by rosiemac
Woooo Hoooo i'm taller than you by 1"!!!!!!
Wow - you're tall!!! LOL! I am taller than my daughter - she's 4ft 11 ins and hasn't grown since she was 15 - that was when I stopped growing too.
post #28 of 28
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Originally Posted by flisssweetpea
Oh DEFINITELY Disney freaks - I've lost count of the times we've visited one park or another since 1989. We've been to Disneyland (Los Angeles) WDW (countless times) and Disneyland Paris many times. Space Mountain in Paris is more like Rock 'n Roller coaster - it's completely different to the one in Florida - before the changes you were blasted upwards and went through loops and corkscrews - it was the first Disney ride to link the music to the ride as you go around. They're just redesigning it now to make it even more exciting - it re-opens on April 5th (they've changed the date from the one published on the website because of the royal wedding).

If you check out this website you can take a virtual visit and see the rides - you'll see Indiana Jones, in Florida it's a show, in Paris it's a roller coaster.
http://www.disneylandparis.com/uk/virtual_visit/dlp.htm - have fun.

I LOVED the Mummy ride!!! It was fantastic. But I agree with you I didn't think much of the Universal Park - particularly the Islands of Adventure bit - did nothing for me at all. I also loved the Men In Black ride there - that was hilarious - hubby and I had competitions

I've celebrated New Year twice in Disney Florida - it was great - we don't normally do anything special for New Year at home - so it's a real occasion when we go to Florida.

If ever you want to chat about Disney you know where I am . As for my daughter.....she has to be a world authority on Disney I think
Oh my god, the Rock n' Roller coaster was awesome. The first time I got on it, I was holding on to dear life, I couldn't scream, I don't remember the loops or the music. I mean that ride start at 65 miles per hour and it doesn't stop until the ride ends. That ride was my fave until I got on the Mummy. I was on the first row and it was so cool that I even bought the picture and I never do that.

I didn't get on the Men In Black ride, I did the line but the ride broke down, I waited for an hour but I left. After that I left the park, I have never left the park early. I don't think I'll be going back there.

I have one of those yellow macs too, don't you just hate it when you go to the park and the weather is bad. Thanks for the link, I'll check it out.
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