The water show, World of Color was spectacular!
My family loves anything Disney, probably because we have made so many memories there. So it wasn't a strange request from my daughter to go to Disney on her 20th birthday.
I had told her that we would go on her b'day in January, well, it just didn't work out, I had just started a new job in October and we were in major planning stages of our upcoming shows, plus my husband had been assigned a new project at his job and was feeling that it was not going to work out.
So I promised during her spring break we would sneak away no matter what!
Well, spring break was fast approaching and it was probably an even worse time to leave our jobs. I was really struggling as to what I should do, should I just tell her we couldn't do it right now?Thank goodness, the clarity came! There is never going to be a good time to leave work...
My baby girl wanted to go on spring break with her best friend Cami, and her mom and dad... to Disney! What the heck was I thinking, these moment's don't last forever, projects come and go at work, but taking time to be with my family, that's what matters most.
|First purchase in the park... Churros of course!|
Love this man!
|Dinner at Tortilla Joe's in Downtown Disney|
|Disney is even better at night|
I am sure when we go back to work tomorrow the projects will still be there, hair will be on fire as usual, and that's all good too. I will be ready to work.
But sometimes we just need to get away experience a little magic!
“People who go to Disney who have magic in themselves experience magic there... The principle is simple: fun, joy, and happiness, are something we bring to life, not something life, circumstance, or situation bring to us. There are truly no magic kingdoms, only magic people.
Fun, joy and happiness are choices, orientations, approaches, attitudes, a way of living in the world, not the world itself...”
― David W. Jones, Moses and Mickey Mouse: How to Find Holy Ground in the Magic Kingdom and Other Unusual Places