|KTom, Me & Nalani|
Tonight we're going to Haunted Lagoon, so we were asking Nalani for advise on how early to get there. Also, KTom mentioned she was going to the movies. She decided instead of spending $156 dollars on a hot dog and a soda at the movies she'd stop at Costco for their $1.50 hot dog deal. I know you guys don't care about that, but it was funny at the time. She also discussed bringing her Costco soda cup in and being all nonchalant and refilling the cup at the movies. She then made a gesture with her hands when talking about the movies. See picture on right. Amazing. We said goodbye and Jon and I trotted off to our next adventure. Yes, we trotted.. We do that.
|Bye Bye Boston!|
We get outside and I notice mine expires in 2015, which is 5 years away, not the 4 years its supposed to be. So haha DMV, I got an extra year out of you! Jon was pissed that his was right, it expires 2014. I'd say that was karma for rubbing his score in my face.
Next I get in the car and my current song obsession Far East Movement- Like A G6 is playing. Success.
Then we realize we forgot to pick up the cake from Costco. (This cake will be explained in tomorrow's blog) So, we had to drive up to Waipio before heading home. Fail.
The last and most exciting part of our day was waiting for Kerry and KTom to head down to our condo at Turtle Bay. We were all going to ride together to The Haunted Lagoon at Polynesian Cultural Center. They got here, we talked story and then headed down the street to Laie. The parking was $5, tickets were $15 and snacks in line were only $1 a piece. Incredibly reasonable. There was a huge line because Halloween is so close by. The wait was about an hour and a half. It was so worth it. It was the perfect combination of scary and funny. The creepiest part was there were little kids sitting behind me that kept grabbing onto my back and I kept thinking they were part of the ride, haha.
Well, kids, that was my day! If you survived reading that, you deserve a gold star. Now I'm going to head to bed and watch some DVR. Enjoy the pictures!