I think I've had everyone and their mom (okay, maybe like, five people and MY mom) ask about our disney trip photos. Well, without having to wait a month, I've managed to get a bunch of photos together this week. I don't think I mentioned it here, but I actually went without a phone for the weekend because it was SO wet that my phone, well got a bit water logged and crapped out on me within our first few hours away. Our trip was pretty rain heavy, but I (we) sort of expected it to be. It was good and bad. Camping in the rain isn't as wonderful as camping in sunshine--- but disney in the rain is pretty decent. Add in late night passes (mickeys not so scary halloween) and rain? And you have yourself a wait-free disney experience. That being said, I obviously don't have that many photos from this trip. I mean, I sort of do, because I stole everyone else's photos, but I didn't take many of my own--- until the sun came out and I could use a real camera. It all worked out though. I planned on getting a new phone this month anyway, so it wasn't that much of a bummer and it was pretty nice to just turn off and tune out.
Disney is weird for me. There's something I love about the idea and nostalgia of it. And I love visiting, but I feel weird for loving it. Alex said it best, "it's weird to see how most of America lives." It is. Whenever we step out of our bubble to do more tourist-y type things, we realize how differently we live than most others in the states. We were one of the few groups in an actual tent. I mean, some people had more in their RV's than we do in our entire home. I'm not putting it down, but it's just so different from us. And I do hope and I do feel like many people are moving-- or trying to move back to simpler ways, but it's hard to tell sometimes. Either way, it was a
I will say, I think I sort of enjoy our camping photos more than our disney photos, but that's for another day--- no need to over-photo in one post :) This is mostly disney, and a few other random shots :)
I'm a mouse, duh.
tinkerbelle and her boyfriend, peter pan.
Here's a story, the first ride Marlowe (and everyone--- except me) went on was the new snow white ride. She hated it. And now is a roller-coaster despiser like myself. I hung out with these guys while everyone was on the ride---- then my phone died.
Three days of rain, mud, good ole' americana, and not showering, you were pretty good.