I visited Harry Potter World and it was magical!
I ran into Erek and his team there, and we all rode the Forbidden Journey ride together.
The ride’s video technology created a realistic flying experience. It was really neat!
I tried some butter beer. It tasted like a butterscotch root beer float. I’m not sure how I feel about it.
The night ended with awesome songs from the frog choir. All the singers were great!
I know this is the second post about these pumpkin fellas, but I’m seriously excited about them.
A while ago Harry and I got moisturing face masks. I got a Marge Simpson themed face mask and Harry got a Santa themed face mask.
They were both horrific and hilarious.
Harry and I made Jack-o-lanterns!
When Harry was walking around town today, he saw these at a local bakery and got one for me.
They’re Pikachu cookies! I’m so delighted!
I went to check up on the local bee hives again. This time, since there’s actual bees, I wore a beekeeper’s suit.
Also I finally understood how beekeepers separate out frames with honey from frames with larvae. Aside from the bee’s natural tendency to not put honey and larvae cells together, beekeepers put a grate such that the queen lives below the grate and lays eggs. Since the queen is to big too pass through the grate, the frames above the grate can only be honey. Neat!
Near the end of every month, Alberty sends us some boba tea using his leftover delivery credits.
He’s our boba santa.