That’s right. We’ve been planning a trip to Walt Disney World since last October. There were nine in our group. We took our RV, and the rest of the family rented a cabin in Fort Wilderness Park.
Disney has calculated everything down to the exact time the buses run. We were waiting on a specific bus once, and she pulled through three times before she stopped. Her reason…she had gotten ahead of schedule and had to kill some time before picking up her next group. Makes sense. If the bus is early in one spot, then it would be early at all the other stops. Didn’t make us very happy though.
My family insisted I rent a scooter. Because of COPD, I am short-winded, and the scooter helped me keep up, or outrun everyone else. The only problem, we were in the park for 8 hours and the scooter only lasted on its battery for 4-5 hours. So here we are, in a ninety-minute line for Flight of Passage and the scooter conks out. Now my sweet hubby, grandson, and great-grandson push me up, up, up, to the ride that lasted seven minutes. Can you see a problem with this? I must admit; the ride was awesome.
Leaving the ride, it was all downhill, so I coasted. At the bottom, I called the company, and they said they would bring me another one. In forty-five to sixty minutes. Now listen, we’re scheduled to ride another ride within that time frame, so the group went without me and Thomas. Bless his heart, my great-grandson wouldn’t leave me. I changed out the scooter three times. Needless to say, I won’t rent from them again.
On our last day, all the kids went to Universal and Steve and I went back to Cinderella’s Castle. Rode one ride, watched the parade, and ate an ice cream concoction called The Kitchen Sink. Trust me when I say, it was in a container that looked like a sink and had enough ice cream and toppings to feed four people. Steve ate it all.
My only complaint is the food. We didn’t eat anything that was worth eating, and it was so expensive. They just don’t know how to cook good food.
Speaking of, I have us on a KETO diet, and the food is really good. One of the recipes is one I’ve been cooking for years and is always requested. So, it is understandable that I post that recipe. I call it Chicken Cheese Rolls, and I got it over thirty years ago out of a Seventeen Magazine. Of course, I’ve changed it up a bit, but it’s still delicious. Hope you enjoy it.
Chicken Cheese Rolls
4 boneless skinless chicken breast
8 oz cream cheese
1 small onion chopped fine
4 pieces bacon, cut in 1/2
¼ Cup Butter
2 Cups Cooked Rice (I use instant)
1. Split each Chicken breast in ½ so there are 2 breasts about 1/4" thick.
2. Sprinkle with salt and pepper on both sides
3. Mix together cream cheese, butter, and onions. Spread cheese mixture over 1 side of chicken breast.
4. Roll Chicken breast up to conceal cream cheese.
5. Wrap bacon around chicken breast and secure with toothpick.
6. Place in baking dish.
7. Add the remaining cream cheese mixture in between the breasts.
8. Add the cooked rice to the cream cheese and bake for about 30 minutes at 375.
9. Broil for about 5 minutes to crisp bacon.