Posted in LessLisa by Lisa on 10.09.2007
Sorry guys. It took all weekend to mostly recoup from the trip and travel. And for the past two weeks I have been in horrible upper back pain. So much that I could just throw up everytime I move. So I haven’t spent time on the computer at all. Today I finally went to the chiropractor though, so hopefully that part is better soon.
Anyways, the trip. I wouldn’t even know where to begin. We left Saturday morning and came home Friday afternoon. The first day we were there, we didn’t have tickets for the parks, so we had appointments for the girls to get ‘make-overs’ at the Bibbity Bobbity Boutique. They had their hair, nails and make-up done.
Then we had a gorgeous horse and carriage ride around the hotel grounds. It was thee most perfect night for it.
Then it was on to day 1. Cinderella’s castle:
Then the coolest thing happened for one of them. Since we were there smack in the middle of both of their birthdays, they both got big ‘Happy Birthday’ buttons to wear. While we were waiting along the side of Main Street for the parade to start, the Grand Marshall and the band had gone by, and the next thing we knew, there’s a Disney guy in the street yelling for Abbie. Megan was behind someone’s stroller, so he didn’t see her :( He yells for Abbie to come out on the street with him and he got all the people in the street (100’s of people!!!) to sing Happy Birthday to her!!! It was amazing!!!!
On Day 2 (Monday), don’t worry, I’m not going to go day-by-day…we went to Epcot. Definitely wasn’t for the kids. We did see a few really cool things though. One in particular was, we were on our way to a show called ‘Lights, Motors, Action!” and we had stopped by to meet Kim Possible and Ron Stoppable. As we were leaving them, a Cast Member wished both of the girls Happy Birthday and asked if we were on our way to see the L.M.A. show. We told her we were, and she pointed the way for us. I had heard before we left that if a Cast Member does that, be sure to head where they tell you, because usually it means something is in store. We were already on our way to the show, so we really didn’t think much of it. When we got to the show, they had stadium-type seating at an outdoor setting. The show was a live-action car chase movie set. We headed to where we had wanted to sit, and all of a sudden we hear, ‘Folks! Folks! Please don’t go that way! Come with me…’ and he points up the center section of seats. I was all ‘I’m sorry, I didn’t know we weren’t supposed to go that way’…he goes ‘Please follow me, we’re putting you in the V.I.P. section!’…I was like ‘what?? No way.’ He’s all ‘Yep! Right up here’…I’m like ‘You’re SERIOUS?!?!?’…He laughed and goes ‘Right here!’ and he opens the roped off VIP section for us to sit in. We had 3 full rows, dead center of the show to share with ONE other family! AMAZING seats for an awesome show!