As Disney Tourist Blog is still in its infancy, we’re learning a lot based upon trial and error. Our principle goals are to be a helpful, frank, and amusing resource. To that end, sometimes we’ll undertake new types of articles (such as resort reviews, something we didn’t originally plan to cover, but due to the popularity of our Fort Wilderness review, we’ve decided to make a running series of posts), and sometimes we’ll unexpectedly cease other series of posts (hasn’t happened yet; I guess I’m preparing you all in case this one is a flop!).
With that said, here is the background for today’s post: my favorite political commentator and philosopher is Bill Watterson, author of Calvin & Hobbes. A lot of the Calvin & Hobbes Sunday pieces ran with only drawn frames and not a single word. These were some of the most poignant of all of his strips. A book published of the strips, entitled The Calvin and Hobbes Lazy Sunday Book, gave me the idea for today’s post. First, because I thought it might be neat to see if I could tell a story without using my normally verbose style (even though I have sort of failed this task already with this introduction of the concept). Second, because I am lazy on Sundays, and this allows me to create a post for Sundays without expending a whole lot of effort.
With that in mind, here is “Rainy Night in the Magic Kingdom.”
Did you enjoy this “Lazy Sunday” post? Would you like to see more? As I said above, this is an experiment, so we’d love to hear your feedback as to whether we should continue this style of posts!