Monday, November 19, 2007

It's Over

No, I'm not referring to my writing career, at least not yet (LOL).

My long awaited trip to Disney World is officially over, and I'm having some trouble adjusting to a reality that is not sugar coated and sprinkled with images of Mickey Mouse and Tinker Bell. Disney knows how to do it right. Everything about the parks is perfect, including the service. You really can't ask for more. My daughter had the pleasure of having her hair styled like a princess in the Bibbity Bobbity Boutique and everyone in the salon played their parts to perfection. They treated her like a real princess from the moment we walked through the door (maybe a little too much since I had to remind her later in the day that she wasn't really a princess, and I wasn't really her servant, LOL). Here is a picture of my two perfect princesses with someone you might recognize.

Needless to say, I was sad to leave such a wonderful place. Although I wasn't sad to see my own bed and to sit down for more than five consecutive minutes. I think I need a vacation from my vacation!


lainey bancroft said...

Welcome back! Yes, reality sucks...and I do know that's not a Mickey friendly word. But I want to be a princess under a palm tree full time!

Cute kiddies. Glad you had a nice time.

Marcy said...

Why is it that Disney World is the only place where it's acceptable to wear a tiara every day? It's just not fair!

Hope you had a great trip too, Lainey. Have you recovered from all the walking? Man was I exhausted. Can't wait to see your photos.

Judy Jarvie said...

Ah love the pic. Your little girls will never forget it.

lol about the tiara thing. Maybe the world needs some boutique hotels where us bigger girls can play princess and bibbety bobbity too? jx

Jennifer Shirk said...

Welcome back!

We're planning our trip to Disney in March. Can't wait!

BTW, my daughter's favorite princess is Snow White. :)

Marcy said...

Judy - I completely agree about the grown-up princess thing. It's about time we had a chance to be treated like royalty!

Jennifer - I'm sure you'll have a great trip. Have you been before? I was a bit overwhelmed at first but got into the swing of things after a few days. By the end I was a pro at eating lunch while navigating a double stroller through the milling crowds --the queen of multi-tasking. There...I knew I was royalty!

Julesq said...

Hey Marcy

I had to search to find your blog...but I remembered you were from around my part of ontario. Bosey (who posts on subcare) is trying to get a writers group up and running for the halton/mississauga interested? you can email me at I've posted too....Julesq here! wonder if Lainey would be interested as well....I know she's been pubbed on wild rose! look forward to hearing from you