Thanks to my parents, my sister and I had numerous trips to WDW and Disneyland growing up. Disney is very sentimental to me but my husband never quite understood my fascination. After being married only four months he was suckered into his first WDW experience. He didn't say much during the 8 hour drive there. I'm not sure if he was being polite to appease his in-laws or if he was terrified of the kiddie factor. Our first stop was dinner at Earl of Sandwich which scored big points but he remained somewhat reserved. The next morning we arrived at Animal Kingdom as it opened and ran to Everest where we rode three times with no wait. As we disembarked our final ride we were met with cheers and given Fastpass lanyards in honor of the Year of a Million Dreams. He was an instant fan.
On our following trip celebrating our second anniversary we lucked out viewing the Magic Kingdom fireworks as we rode Splash Mountain and Big Thunder Railroad. He told me that it was the best day ever! It has been a pleasure to pass a new experience that brings so much joy to me along to someone I love.
My vacations do not always have to incorporate Disney because there is too much of the world to see. What I do love about Disney though is that I always know what to expect.
Oh yeah, and I am a Red Sox fan.
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