We really enjoyed our time at Cedar Point, this week. There’s so much to do, and our kids had a blast! We enjoy it, every time we visit Cedar Point. We stayed at Hotel Breakers, and enjoyed the beach, as well. The waves were high, but Jacob didn’t care, we went out in the lake, and had a good time. While Sarah, and my wife, sat on the beach to watch.
We started out slow, on the old time cars, and rode the train. We went to Forbidden Frontier and panned for gems, which the kids really loved! We walked and walked the park, until we couldn’t walk anymore. I went on the Maverick, with my daughter, which was a blast. The Gemini was another great ride. The Gate Keeper was fun too! Now I understand why Cedar Point is called, “The Roller Coaster Capital of the World”.
We sat and watched Vertical Impact, and it was amazing. Watching the dancers, athletes, and more. The show lasted about 25 minutes, and it gave us a break from walking through the park. My wife said her fitbit never saw so many steps!
We ate at Hugo’s, which is a little Italian restaurant that was fabulous. I had a Pepperoni Stromboli, and it was to die for. We even got special cups from a vendor, where we could get cheap refills our entire stay.
The beach was a blast, and all the fun games they had set up for Cedar Point Nights. The bands were excellent, too. We really enjoyed listening to the Rock Bands, which one played Jacob’s favorite song, “Living On A Prayer”. Listening to the music was great. We could even hear it in our hotel room.
You can’t stay at Cedar Point, without staying at Hotel Breakers. We really enjoyed our hotel stay, and ate at Perkins twice, and Starbucks, for coffee, as well. Domino’s delivered pizza to our room, in less than 20 minutes.
What If Everybody Thought That? by Ellen Javernick is a great book. I read it with my 8 year old, yesterday. He really got the gist of it. In the book, they talk about what some kids, and adults, think in their head, but it shows overcoming things, and making it through, even with other peoples judgment. This is a great book, for anyone who thinks “What If Everybody Thought That?”
My 22 year old, daughter, is in her final year of College, to become a Teacher. I think this book will be great in her future classroom. Any child, trying to overcome something, with the world’s judgment, will be able to look at this book, and say, “I can do this”. That’s what’s important to me.
What If Everybody Thought That? will give inspiration to children, all over the place. I couldn’t believe how great of a book this is. It makes complete sense, and is true. And, this book is a part of so much more. Check out the other books by Ellen Javernick.
If you see someone in a wheelchair, you might think he or she couldn’t compete in a race. But…you might be wrong. What if you see a child with no hair? Do you think she is embarrassed all the time? How about a kid who has a really hard time reading? Do you think that means he’s not smart? You might think so. But…you might be wrong.
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