Monday, May 24, 2010

I'm going to Disney World!

It sounds very stereotypical, doesn't it? "You've just graduated college - what are you going to do now?!" But it's true. Tomorrow I'm driving down to Florida with three of my close friends, and staying for a little less than a week. We're going to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and a beach or two (still to be determined). the fangirl in me is still a little cranky that the Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme park won't be open yet...oh well, I'll have an excuse to come back later.

I'm pretty excited. The first and only time I went to Disney World was in 5th grade, when I would have been about 10 years old. Personally, I think that's the most awkward age to go. I was too old to appreciate all the characters walking around - I knew they were just random people in suits, and that weirded me out a bit. Though I did get a photo with Scrooge McDuck, because DuckTales was awesome.
Yeah 90's jean overalls, wooo!

But I was also too young to really enjoy most of the rides. I didn't get into roller coasters until I was peer pressured to go on some when I was about 17, mainly because Disney managed to scare the crap out of me for a while. My mom said we needed to go on at least one real roller coaster, and got us in line for Space Mountain despite my protestation. To this day this amazes me, since my mom hates roller coasters and wouldn't even get on the spinning teacups with me and my dad.

To make matters worse, my family ended up being in the first car. It's single file seating, so my dad was first (much to his chagrin), then me, then my mom. Now, my dad is 6'6". The whole time it looked like he was going to get decapitated by one of the rafters, so I was screaming bloody murder. But then about halfway through the ride I just stopped. The little logical side of my brain (yes, it was there at age 10) thought, "This ride is going to last for another minute. No one can stop the ride because you're screaming. Might as well just not bother."

Of course, my parents thought I had passed out.
Dad: Are you okay?!
Me: *whimpers* No.

And since I'm convinced parents are kind of sadistic at times, they think this is the funniest story ever.

Anyway, I'm super excited for my trip. I'm going to ride everything this time now that I actually like roller coasters. I never went on famous stuff like Splash Mountain, and I will conquer Space Mountain! I'm also excited to just sit around on a beach for a while. I finally found a new swim suit that fits me, so I don't have to stress about that anymore. My solution was buying a top that was much bigger than the bottom. Thank you, boobies!

The one downside for you guys is that I'm going to have limited to no internet for a week. Gasp! I'm going to try to make some posts today, but I need your help for inspiration. Either ask me random questions here in the comments, or ask me questions anonymously at I already have some good questions backlogged there, and I will get to them! You can also follow me on twitter, because I'm sure I'll be tweeting hilarious things and photos from my Florida adventure via phone.

Now, off I go to pack! Weeeeee!

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