I hate apologizing when I make new episodes, but I feel I owe it to you all. I’ve been having computer issues recently, and have been struggling to get things working once again so I can work on new episodes to share with all of you. Thankfully, I’ve still got all my files, and will shortly have a new computer that will hopefully allow me to return to normal production once again. And I’m grateful for those who are helping to support the show, those little donations are definitely helping to defray the costs associated with producing and hosting the show.
Oh, I wanted to also thank the two new reviewers on Apple Podcasts Ashleigh_Barb and Areynolds2017. Thank you both for your kind words of support. I’m so glad you’re enjoying the show, and think so highly of it. With your reviews, we are inching closer to that 200-review mark, so thank you.
Now, I’m ready for another memory, so let’s get to it.
As we get into today’s memory, you’ll need to imagine it’s a warm Monday in December 2021. We are quickly winding down the day, and catching our last attraction before we head out. So next up is another new attraction to the parks that we’ve been hoping to slip in when there wasn’t much of a line.
If you remember in Memory 297, my family just got to pilot the Millennium Falcon, and we’re trying to decide what to do next. We head over first to Rise of the Resistance, but the line is well over an hour, and at this point our legs are tired, and we’ve got an early day tomorrow, so after much debate, we opt to not do it and see what Alien Swirling Saucers (our only other attraction we haven’t done yet) looks like. The apps all think the line should be short, so you’ll get to hear some of our trek through Galaxy’s Edge as we make our way back to Toy Story Land. Traci and Susie opt not to ride this one, so Mikey and I will head into the queue and await our turn. We’ll get to hear a few of the out-of-this-world soundtracks as we wait in the very short line. Soon we’ll take our seats in our saucer before being whipped around the galaxy, a la Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree to a special holiday song. Once we exit the attraction, we’ll reunite with Traci and Susie before heading toward the front of the park. As we exit though, a light crowd is gathering for the projection show on the Chinese Theater, should we take a seat and stay for it? You’ll have to wait until next time to find out.
As I said earlier, today’s memory is in binaural once again. So for the best experience, I would recommend putting on your favorite headphones to fully immerse yourself in the memory.
Now that you have your headphones on, join me as we take our saucer on an interstellar romp through space, with those cute little Aliens from Toy Story.