Sunday, December 13, 2009

The Polar Express


Grandma Joannie took Nyah and Carson on a Grandma Date to The Polar Express. The kids have always wanted to go, but it is kind of pricey so we've always weaseled out of it. Grandma surprised them with tickets. When they got home from their night I asked them how it was:

Grandma Joannie: Well . . . why don't you see what the kids have to say about it.

Nyah: Well, we got a bell. It was okay.

Carson: It was long.

To sum it all up, you pay $36 bucks a person to ride on a train jam-packed with people. They read "The Polar Express to you, give you a bell and some hot chocolate and send you on your way. An added bonus: Cute elves and a creepy Santa. Don't think it will be a repeat performance next year!

6 comments:

Christine Schultz said...

I'm so glad you wrote about this, because I have wondered for years if that would be worth doing. Sounds like the answer is no.

homegirl said...

See, we do know a thing or two! :)

Stina said...

That is a creepy Santa! We've done it before...but last time I was pregnant with Jordyn. And we knew some of the elves since Brent's family lives in Heber. Not worth the $$$.

Our Family said...

At least you did not have to endure the long ride too. How nice to have your mom so close by! Tell her hi.

Pat said...

It looks like Nyah is praying that Santa doesn't come any closer!

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