Going to Disney is not for sissies! Nor is it a place to go if you cannot deal with crowds.
Usually, I worry about my personal safety. But Disney is amazing. They have probably the best security of any place in the world. Quite honestly, I sort of feel like a member of the Royal Family. To get into any of the parks you must go through Security, and when leaving, there are many officials making sure that all is well.
However, I have to say one thing. Some of the people visiting are pretty rude and brutal. By the end of today, while I’ve been pushing a wheelchair, I became slightly aggravated and therefore a bit more aggressive than this country girl likes to be. But getting from point A to point B is important.
Today started with temperatures in the low 60’s. We all could handle that okay, but by the end of the day the cold front had moved through and we had just 48 degrees with a stiff wind. By the time we got back to the hotel, we were all frozen to the bone.
Mary and I turned on the heat in our room, got out the extra blankets and made hot cocoa.
I turned on the TV, and the Patriots game is on.
It was a fun day and we did do a lot. Star Wars ride that was like being in a flight simulator, a Toy Story ride where everyone is shooting at targets.
And we saw the Frozen Sing-a-Long and the Indiana Jones Stunt Show. It was a lot of fun!
The kids met Lili and Stitch,
and I got to meet Mickey Mouse!
A very nice time was had by all!