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What Is The Next Vacation You’d Love To Take?
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The answer to this question shifts a little now that I am expecting a daughter. Because I had such a fantastic time as a child going to Walt Disney World, I am eager to take her on a trip there. I’m glad that I have some time to save up my pennies to do this. It won’t just be the cost of the trip there, the hotel, and the tickets to the parks. My beloved Miss Shagbottom would need to be boarded, and that can get costly. Her health in five years may not be as solid as it is now, because she’ll be twelve, but I hope she will always live a healthy life. She’s too good of a dog not to.
I look forward to seeing my child’s eyes light up at all the wonderful things to be found in the parks. I can hardly imagine how much joy there will be in taking pictures of her posing with characters. The train ride around the park will be even more fun. I’ve never ridden the carousel, and I imagine that will change this next time.
Years have passed since last I visited these parks. There is a great deal more to see for me, too. I’ll have to share my Mickey bars, quite gladly. But, the craziest part is that my parents will now be the grandparents, and I will slide into their role, and my daughter will be in the place I had occupied prior. Generations.
There are so many things I want to share with my little one. It’s hard to know where to begin. Some of the rides have restrictions, so sharing them will have to wait. For the most part, everything is on the table. Oh, I do hope she loves the Haunted Mansion as much as I do. I remember being so little and adoring that ride from the start. On my last trip in 2001, six trips around marked Halloween. Yes, they do extra special things at that time. I’m glad I had ridden it so many times. I didn’t realize I wouldn’t be going back any time soon.
You may be wondering, where would you go if you didn’t have a small child? My list is long! However, with recent issues in Europe, I may avoid going there for a little while. There is a great deal to see across the States, even though it’s probably no safer. Visits to my brother in Virginia would be on the table, as well as a train ride out West to do some photography.
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