“I see, you’re one of those Disney girls”
Yes I am, and extremely proud of it.
The first film I ever saw at the movies was the Lion King, and that kids,is how my never ending love for Disney got its start.
I ALWAYS wanted to go to Disneyland (or Disneyworld…any Disney park for that matter) when I was a kid,
but never had the chance.
This year I was finally able to make it!
Time to be a Disney princess in my natural habitat!
Despite the fact that I am 25, I had tears in my eyes when I finally saw the towers of the magic castle reaching for the sky.
Is this the real life, is this just fantasy?
I don’t know what it was but guys, I was in Disneyland.
There was so many people around that day that at first I didn’t know what to do or how to survive in that situation.
Everyone was running around, trying to be the first one at I don’t even know where, pushing other people, getting seemingly frustrated when running into someone by accident, and just bleeeegh!
I had to stop for a while and take a deep breath.
“Don’t be one of those annoying people” I said to myself and my brain listened. I started walking at my own pace,
bought a cute pair of pink Mickey Mouse-ears (because you simply GOT TO HAVE THEM AT DISNEYLAND, it’s like a rule) and started looking around.
The day went by incredibly fast.
Although I was enjoying this fantastic place alone I had a great time, the stupid happy dorky smile I wore the whole day describes my sentiments perfectly.
I had nice chats with some of the other visitors while queuing on the rides. Surprisingly, most of them felt sorry for me for not having any friends with me. I wasn’t sorry, I was too busy having fun.
Obviously Disneyland would’ve been a much much cooler experience with a group of my best buddies or my lovely SO,
but I had to work with what I got. That being Myself! The best travel company anyone could ever ask for.
I took tons of pictures, I went just on those rides I wanted to go,
I spent way too much time (and money) on souvenir shopping and trying to decide what to eat.
Nothing got to me, no one rushed me, I was in my own happy maria-world.
I ate a huge ass ice cream, screamed my lungs out at Space Mountain, planned on hiding somewhere and moving to the park permanently and even smiled happily to the little Elsas running around singing Let it Go.
The highlight of my day was the Disney Parade at the end of my stay. I sat in the front row with the other five year olds, and almost cried because the parade was just so cool.
If I still were young and would have my whole life ahead of me, I would pursue all my energy into becoming a Disney Princess.
I’d make a great Belle. Why? I look smashing in yellow.
Everything was so beautiful and I was just so incredibly happy.
I even forgot to properly document this perfect day, but I will always have these few pictures plus all the memories with me.
I’ve got nothing negative to say. I mean, of course there were some things that weren’t so awesome but who cares!
It was my dream day and that’s how it will stay!
I LOVE DISNEY!