Well my husband and I just got back from what has been labeled as "The Happiest Place on Earth" Disney World! We took our oldest grandson who is 12 years old. It is a trip that we have been saving for and planning for some time. We had a blast! It was a dream come true for our grand child but I have to tell you, WE ARE EXHAUSTED and indeed in need of a recovery vacation. We thought we were doing pretty well keeping up with our boy. We visited everything he wanted to do without complaint. We went on every single roller coaster in the park and waited in every God forsaken line there. After all how much fun would he have had going alone right? Yes you might say we took "one for the team". We ate too much, stayed up too late and spent too much money.....and the truth of the matter is we wouldn't change a thing ...oh except my shoes. I brought the wrong shoes but thankfully packed an old pair of sneakers " just in case". Just in case presented itself on day 2 forcing me to band-aid my aching feet and keep going. The airplane flight was my grandson's first and he was a bit nervous. On the flight home after being over saturated with the glitz and fantasy of the Magic Kingdom this child looked out the window and through the clouds below and said. "Grammy, it is a wonderful world". ........Indeed it is!
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