at the risk of overdoing the countdowns...
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Thank you! I'm trying to break it down in my head so it goes faster-- "Not this weekend, but the next" and "February starts this week!" I've said it before but it bears repeating-- it's like I'm twelve again. I don't think I've ever looked forward to a vacation like this before.
Best moment at a Disney park: when Stitch proposed to me!
Have a wonderful time, try doing stuff that you usually put off doing, cleaning a closet, junk drawers(if you have thoes) reorganice closet etc. that sort of thing works for me, keeps me busy. We have quite awhile till we hit that phase.
Love the Magic of Disney Thanks Dad for our first 5 trips.
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