We’re at the Fort Wilderness Campground at Disney for a week. This is a big step for Everett & I as we 1) don’t like kids, 2) don’t like to be in crowds of people, 3) are not fond of using public transportation (i.e. not being in control of the ride), and 4) aren’t really “Disney People”. We define “Disney People” as those who decorate their RVs with Disney lights, signs, and mouse ears. Every T-shirt they own is Disney licensed. These are the folks who start wearing their Disney Santa Hats with mouse ears on December 1st. There are a LOT of those people here. You should see the Christmas lights!!! (no, we didn’t get any pictures last night, but we will, we will)
So . . . we will struggle to stay on our Fast Pass schedule and not snipe at the parents of crying children. Or barking dogs – during Tyler’s dog walk last night one lady shouted over the hysterical yapping of her Tibetan Spaniel that “he doesn’t like other dogs, but he’s lovely with just people.” Who could tell?
Everett promises not to be crabby about the sounds of fireworks from 3 different parks after 9pm. I promise not to give parenting advice to anyone, regardless of how they’re struggling. We both promise to make an effort to have a good time. I booked this trip and I’m GOING to have FUN. Can you tell I’m up too early? Our breakfast reservations are for 8am. Ugh. I’m sure it will be an incredible, enchanted, happy, happy day! But I’ll keep you posted.