The upshot? The portion of our trip which should have taken about two hours took something like four or five.
This cell phone was on the outside of our building. The small dots there at the bottom? Boy Child and Girl Child.This laptop was on the side of the building we were in. And again, the small dots are the kids.
Aren't we hot? Or something?
As you can see from the people around us, we were the only people under the age of two hundred.
Hysterically, at one point I grew tired of sitting and decided to move over to closer to where the door was that would allow us entry into the show. Seriously, I'm totally not kidding about this, every single person in the room got up, followed me over and lined up behind me.
It was so funny.
I don't even know what this is, but doesn't it look tasty? Slap a pair of mouse ears on anything and it looks so good.
I have a very hard time getting any pictures of Boy Child without his arm in his face. Granted, they were standing right there in the bright light. You can hardly help it in Florida.
Everything was all decorated for Halloween, which was cool. It certainly didn't feel like October though. We wore shorts every day.
Overall, we had a great first day. If you are looking to go to Disney World, I would highly recommend going in October. The crowds were so light that we were able to get on every ride we wanted to ride with very little waiting. I honestly don't think we waited ten minutes for anything while at the Magic Kingdom.
It? Was awesome.
Tomorrow, I'll tell you about Epcot. I know you are all dying of anticipation! Or whatever!