All of the Lights

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Oh, “All of the lights. Cop lights, flash lights, spot lightsStrobe lights, street light”.
In this case, I’m not neccesarily talking about those kind of lights. I’m talking about zoo lights. On Saturday I went on another Breaking the Bubble expedition. We went to a light zoo. The zoo had lights of animals as well as open features to spotlight some of the animals. Please note, since this was a light show we had to go at night. By that time some of the animals were already asleep but some were still bouncing off the walls.

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The night began with diner at Noodles & Company. This restaurant is pretty causal as foodies order there food at a counter then it’s deliver to their table. I got mac & cheese and some chicken. I did not finish my food and didn’t even realize that there was a smaller plate sizes.

Then we ventured to the zoo. I saw some cool different animals. I feel like I haven’t been to a zoo since 4th grade so I was excited to see the animals. The little kid in me grew up. I forgot how bad some animals smell. I don’t know how Tarzan did it because monkey’s stink. By the way the name of the event was Zoolights.breakb3

After we were all worn out, the entire group stopped at Starbucks. Yum! And I got my first holiday drink of December… A salted carmel latte… Yum! It was good. So would say that the winter season doesn’t start without the Starbucks holiday cups, ugly sweaters, and most especially… Mariah Carey’s song, “All I want for Christmas”.breakb4

All in all, it was good day. I enjoyed myself.

Ciao Bella.

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