The Happiest Friggin’ Place on Earth.

After our Spring Break plans blew up, my sister was kind enough to let the girls and I crash their Spring Break.  The girls were so happy to be with their cousins and made memories that will last a lifetime.

We planned to spend three days at Disney, but after two full days I couldn’t take any more.  Lou and I went to Dad’s house while E stayed with Karen’s family to brave Hollywood Studios.  Word to the wise:  Don’t EVER go Disney on Spring Break.  I think that we maybe got on 4 rides each day. Although it is the “Happiest Place on Earth”  I have never been happier than when I left Orlando.   We had to laugh as we left the park at 11:00 the last night everyone looked absolutely MISERABLE.  There were a few bright moments, and they made it all worth it.

 This trip has validated what I already know about myself.  I hate crowds, waiting and long drives.  I am more of a sit and relax on the beach kind of girl.  And after escaping Orlando, we were able to get in a little R & R.

And then there was the dreaded 14 hour drive home.  Just so you know, there is no “off” button on this one.   Uggggg…..

5 thoughts on “The Happiest Friggin’ Place on Earth.

  1. Courtney {a thoughtful place}

    So precious!!! I am impressed. I can only take four or five hours of Disney! However, the kiddos and how much they love it is priceless. We took our daughter to the princess tea for her birthday and it was so wonderful to see the huge smiles. Happy Spring!

  2. Melissa Logsdon

    YOu have to go in October! Best time ever! My kids just walked on rides! At least you had a few sunny days in Florida. Can’t wait to see you!

  3. J and V

    I am right there with you when it comes to Disney! We surprised the kids 2 years ago around Christmas time (mistake-lines, lines, lines!!)! Now when they ask if we can go again, I tell them that I will go with them and their children! 😉

  4. Nat

    I’ve never been to Disney and neither has my husband we both have sworn that we will NEVER take our kids when we have some, we both hate the large crowds and long lines- so miserable! I figure I was fine with just the local amusement parks so they will be too.

  5. amber wallace

    I LOVE Disney. We had season passes to Disneyland when we lived in SoCal. But I wouldn’t wish spring break disney on anyone 🙂 Glad you got to the beautiful beach!

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