How’d we do it?
Barely. We barely did it. That’s how.
Most people plan Disney trips a year in advance. We booked ours three weeks out.
There’s a very good reason why people plan Disney trips a year in advance. It’s because you NEED a year to learn how Disney works, how the transportation system works, how the FastPass system works. What rides you want to go on. What rides you want to avoid. Where you want to eat. Where you don’t want to eat. What you want to pack for the trip; what you need to pack to bring to the parks.
It’s endless, all of the things one needs to know to tackle Disney.
I will write more about my experience very soon. Because I’ve learned a few things that I’d really love to tell you about.
But for now, I will humbly share January’s 10 on 10.
Every month in 2019, I am participating in a photography project with a group of extremely thoughtful and talented photographers. Each photographer makes a series of 10 photos in a single day, and each photographer shares their series on the 10th day of every month. The goal? To tell a story.
Follow along with us and head over to the next post by Lisa Robinson-Howeler over at Boondock Ramblings. Just click or tap her name to see her beautiful story.