I know I'm getting the Starspeeder 1000.
And since I have a 200 dollar spending budget . . . I may be leaving with one or two . . . or 10 of these guys.
I finally made it to Orlando and scored five of the droids. Yeah, I'm slow. I would have gotten more but time and children wanting to go elsewhere caused me to stop at five. The fact that children also get bored very quickly also caused me to miss something that I wouldn't have normally missed. The last one that I built was an R9 using the white/green body and legs and the green dome. When I got home I realized that I grabbed two of the left leg instead of getting a right leg. Is there anyone in the forums near one of the parks that can help me out?
That's the same thing for my maternal GM; it happened much faster (within one year) for my paternal GM.
Humid (don't know the percent, but easily over 40% from the 18% it had been) and hot (stretch of 100 or more over almost a week now). In the 5-day forecast:
Death Star in a Box. I like that.
Awesome trio. Can never have too many ST buckets.
My wife's grandmother had Alzheimers. It was a slow decline for almost 15 yrs before she passed away. She went from forgetting little things to barely
Season premiere of Zoo.
The trio is complete - the most accurate Stormtrooper helmets, from right to left: RS Prop Masters ANH First Edition, RS Prop Masters ESB Alan Harris
106ºF today but in a chilly classroom. 107ºF tomorrow teaching in a hot hangar. Can't wait....
Another week end invaded by relatives on my wife's side of the family.....
Indeed. My dad had dementia, but he also had lung cancer. About a couple months after he started treatment for the cancer, his mind kind of gave out.