I was surprised, but not really, that Disney sells their own branded memory cards for digital cameras and such inside their hotels.
I thought it was an urban legend that Disney cast members (employees) would use “Mickey” as code to let another cast member know they can’t speak at the moment because a customer is nearby. However, as we were walking down the hallway back to our hotel room a cast member got a call on her phone and answered, “Hello, Mickey . . .”
I was surprised at how easy and close parking at DFW Airport was. Any available spot was identified by a green LED light above and we literally parked across the street from the terminal entrance. For three nights the total cost was a reasonable $26 which was charged to my TollTag.
Our family met with our pastor yesterday in his office and we let the kids ask him any questions they may have about the church.
How was God made?
How long was Jesus on the cross?
Why did Jesus have to spend time in Hell?
Are Jesus and God the same person, why do people argue that?
WifeGeeding used a coupon to buy some Kendra Scott jewelry at Neiman Marcus and they sent her a nicely written thank-you letter.
I’ve often wondered who shopped at these stores. My guess is they get most of their business when people are shopping for a present but have no clue what to get a person so they end up buying some sort of knickknack from them. I also thought a majority of their business where impulse buys.
On Friday, apparently savoring the moment, Mr. Jobs sent a brief e-mail message to Apple employees, which read: “Team, it turned out that Michael Dell wasn’t perfect at predicting the future. Based on today’s stock market close, Apple is worth more than Dell. Stocks go up and down, and things may be different tomorrow, but I thought it was worth a moment of reflection today. Steve.”