We did it ... Disney World

We actually gave a bit of a teaser about this place ... almost 3 months ago. And now here I am finally adding a post about it.

We made a stop to Disney World to check out what all the hubbub was about. Pretty much, this place is just about every parent's worst nightmare ... spend a TON of money, and get nothing but hassles and stress in return.

Yep - that almost sums it up.

Here's a few of the shots from our day:

Here's a few of the darker side of Keeley. Get a look at her face here.
Notice ... she's losing.

Also notice ... how serious she is while she's losing.

And now ... you can see the smile and enjoyment on her face, here, as she pulls into the lead.

Here's a few shots of the Disney parade. Check out all the characters we got to see. This first one is a classic Disney persona ...

Oh, I guess it's actually just Kait.

Sorry about that!

Here are a few Disney characters though ... Aladdin, Mickey, Cinderella, a rather foxy Cruella Deville, some pirates, plus a whole bunch more we didn't even add in here:

We even grabbed a few, very hush-hush pictures, of Walt Disney himself - fresh from the cryogenic chamber. He was really looking quite young and healthy. Rather dashing - I thought!

Something I haven't seen in a long time, if I've ever seen it at all.
Airplane sky writing:

It says... Jesus 4 'G' - I think it ended up saying Jesus 4 Gives, or something like that. It was neat to see.

There was a cool looking, but fake, water mill house.

If you want to see what real mill home pictures look like, check out this site:
Mill Pictures.com

And last, but certainly not least ... was Peter Pan holding Tink's house:

And, I just have to say ... if you haven't read the 'Peter' series with your kids ... YOU ABSOLUTELY MUST!

Peter and the Starcatchers
Peter and the Shadow Thieves
Peter and the Secret of Rundoon

Not only will your kids love them ... I guarantee it!

But YOU WILL TOO! I also guarantee that, as well.

I've read hundreds of books in my life, and these are some of the best I've ever read. Reading them with your kids is just an added bonus, to bring your family a little bit closer together. It never hurts!


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