Check Out My Pictures From My Disney World Trip!


I'M BACK!

But I wish I wasn't... Have you ever tried to leave Disney World on a Monday to come back to reality? 0/10 would not recommend.

However, I did spend four awesome days in the most magical place on Earth! Most people who know me, or my family, know we have a slight* obsession with Disney. How could you not be in love with this place?? I try to get back as much as I can.

I had Gar-Bear take this sweet pic for me. Steven Latart got me this hat when he went to Disney last August.

The Magic Kingdom is my favorite park and it's always the place I start my vacation.

I bought this t-shirt on a semi-sketchy British online store before I left. I actually got a ton of compliments on it. The bad news - it was 90 degrees and super sunny. I was definitely sweating and I was noticing this weird sort of orange marks appear on my shirt. Turns out I was sweating off some of my fake tan... whoops. 

My most favorite ride in the Magic Kingdom, other than Space Mountain, is FOR SURE Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin. I love it. So much. I could spend my whole day riding it if I never had to get back in line. I take this game VERY seriously (please see my intense game face below). My goal is to max out my score, which would be 999,999. I've done it once & it's my proudest achievement. 

Hot dang, that's a good looking castle.

Day 2 was spent at Hollywood Studios & EPCOT.

I met Chewbacca, we talked about our hair extensions. 

It rained a lot day 2 and 3. Gar-Bear and I checked out the new tap house at Hollywood Studios, which was great, utill it started to downpour. Honestly, still pretty chill. I took this picture of my Dad. I call it "A tranquil Gar-Bear"

I got a churro. It looked like a lightsaber. 

Then we headed to EPCOT because it was Cinco de Drinko and Tina wanted a marg. 

This isn't my marg, this was Gar-Bear's, but it looked more festive, so I took a picture of it.

I took this sa-weet photo as we were leaving the park to head back to the Magic Kingdom. We double park a lot, but triple park days are way less common since it's exhausting to park hop that much. But the park was open to midnight, and I was only there for such a limited amount of time, that it was basically necessary. 

Our last day was spent at Animal Kingdom.

Since the last time I was in Disney, Pandora opened. My Dad and I rode Flight of Passage and it was honestly as cool as everyone hyped it up to be. I thought I was prepared. I wasn't. 

My Mom arrived in Florida later that day and we met up with her before heading to Disney Springs for dinner. We ate at The Boathouse and it was amazing, I had a crab cake, but let me tell you about the bread. OMG it was so good. I ate all the breads, ALL the breads. Do I regret eating all the breads and not being that hungry for my main course? No, no I do not.

This was the only night I actually had time to clean up before dinner and not be a sweaty, gross, hobo after being at the parks all day.

I had a great time, I wish I was still there, but reality calls. 


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