It was magical.
There were five of us. My two daughters, a daughter-in-law, a friend who’s a Disney pro, and me–not quite a rookie, but not as seasoned as our friend.
I wanted to make memories that would last–good memories for us to carry with us. I felt so thankful to be there with them.
We had wonderful meals, drank tea, and ate lavish desserts. We laughed. We talked. And we walked. And walked some more.
We spun around the Carousel of Progress that I’d ridden on at the New York World’s Fair in 1965. We met one daughter’s favorite princess–Mary Poppins. We reveled in the Magic Kingdom fireworks and light show. Continue reading “Magical, but More”