Photo-A-Day #2371

Today Grandpa Dano and Mimi headed back home. We went over to Morin’s Diner for breakfast. Allison and I split some pumpkin pancakes and they were amazing! This was probably something that I wouldn’t have ordered for myself but I certainly would again. Allison said that it is good that I am enjoying pumpkins so much because she’s found a bunch of great pumpkin recipes. I say bring it on.

We came home from Morin’s and took some photos on the front porch. Dan also took a few photos to help us get a family photo so that we can send out some “We’ve Moved” cards. We said goodbye to Mimi and Grandpa Dano and then we headed over to the zoo to enjoy some fresh air and the nice weather.

I took Eva over with the Piggyback Rider. Eva did pretty well on this trip. She didn’t start asking to get down until we actually got to the zoo. I was hoping to take her all around the zoo on it so that she could see all the animals much better. She said that she likes to see the animals through the fence. Allison did get this photo of us though.

I think our UPS guy is not going to be happy to have us on his route. Today Allison got three boxes from Barefoot Books and I got one of some review toys. The guy is older and he’s commented “jokingly” that we’re killing him and that we get a lot of kid stuff delivered. Just wait till I start getting stuff for SwagsGiving reviews. That’s going to be fun.

Tomorrow Eva has school pictures and also gets to bring in cupcakes for her birthday. I went off and picked up my comic books but also picked up some Starbursts so that Allison could cut them into little crowns to put on top of the cupcakes. Eva is very excited about them. Her birthday week continues.

We watched The Lion King again and Eva loved it at home, she wasn’t scared either. I think that the movie theater overwhelmed her. I know that she’s going to enjoy that there is a new app on the iPad that goes beyond the movie. Check out this Press Release about Disney Second Screen:

Blu-ray™ movie magic at your fingertips

DISNEY SECOND SCREEN

Lion King Diamond Edition Fact Sheet

App Overview: Disney Second Screen transforms the movie watching experience by allowing viewers to explore the story behind the film perfectly synched on a second device, like an iPad™ or laptop, without interrupting their enjoyment of the movie. By accessing the Disney Second Screen companion application on their Internet-connected device, consumers are able to dive deeper into the film by engaging with key elements of the movie.

This groundbreaking new application allows users to interact with their Blu-ray™ player by simply starting the Blu-ray movie, and then syncing Second Screen to the film automatically by following the easy on-screen instructions. Once connected, they can explore interactive galleries, play games, and learn interesting facts about the scenes they’re watching.

Features: The Lion King Diamond Edition, the third Disney title to feature the Second Screen technology, evolves the interactive experience with 4 brand new Second Screen features.

New – An “ink” functionality has been added to the Ink & Paint feature that lets you become the animator and trace designs of favorite characters, step by step. On the “paint” side you can color the characters in greater detail using pinch and zoom within 13 ink and paint games

New – Second Screen goes social with features connected to Facebook and Twitter that allow you to “like”, check-in and share messages from characters and earn 21 achievements and rewards:

  • Check in to 16 virtual movie locations, such as Pride Rock.
  • 5 exclusive E-ticket rewards, based on the famed old Disney ride ticket booklets, that can be unlocked through participation in social features and can be redeemed for additional bonus content.
  • Disney Second Screen Facebook app that tracks all of your achievements
  • 350+ galleries featuring a look into the creation of Lion King with over 1000 images of storyboards, concept art and designs
  • 50+ trivia facts
  • 13 videos
  • 5 deleted scene sequences
  • 18 flipbooks
  • 23 scene scramblers

Devices: iPad or PC/MAC computer with FLASH

Formats: Optimized for Blu-ray™ and included in Combopack releases.

Access: Visit DisneySecondScreen.com

  • Select your version (either iPad™ or Web)
  • Enter your Magic Code [insert DMR logo]

Currently only available in US and English-speaking Canada

For additional information, please visit www.DisneySecondScreen.com

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2 Responses to “Marcia and the Minis”

  1. Deborah says:

    Ha! I know just what you mean about the UPS guys. I keep my UPS gal pretty busy too. LOL
    Look at what Deborah wrote blog post ..Ending!

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