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12 May 2008 - 1:06pm
I was pondering how to talk about our new allergen-free food initiative, when this email dinged in my Inbox.
This happy mom says it much better than I could:
I just read online in The Courier about your new offering of allergy free food. Thank you SO much for doing this. I have a 3-year-old son who has allergies to wheat, egg, milk, barley and nuts, so it is always hard to find things he can eat. I always feel bad when we go to places and he can't eat what others are having. We are from Evansville originally, but live in the Chicago area now. We always like to come back for visits and come to your park, and this will make it even better when we come later this summer. I also appreciate that you all have taken care to make sure there is designated equipment for preparing the food. Many people don't realize that reactions can occur just from coming into contact with the food on their skin.
Thank you again. You are all wonderful.
Happy Food Allergy Awareness Week!
10 May 2008 - 5:21pm
Another Play Day has come and gone.
The weather wasn't the best, but no one seemed to care. Laughter filled the air.
I especially enjoyed watching one young fellow riding HallowSwings. He was having the time of his life.
I got dizzy just watching and had to turn away. But I'll never forget the complete and utter bliss on his sweet face.
7 May 2008 - 10:20am
Are you familiar with Twitter?
You may have noticed, we added a feed to the right of the latest HoliBlog post ...
It's a micro-blog. With a maximum length of 140 characters (not words) per post.
So you have to choose your sassy comments carefully.
Once we're open daily (Saturday), it's our intent to provide running commentary about the day. If you're in the park and have the feed text-messaged to you, you'll know which rides have the shortest lines. If you're not in the park, you might still get a kick out of knowing that stuff.
Apparently the Motley Fool likes the idea.
As I was typing this, Eric called. He'd just read the latest column from the Motley Fool and saw that we were mentioned. He wanted to know: What's Twitter?. After my brief explanation, Eric sighed, "Wow. I'm getting old." That made someone who is old enough to be his mother feel pretty good.