I finally found my camera's usb cable. Whew! I was getting a little worried that my Disney pictures would just live forever inside my camera and never come back out.
Chris' mom and dad gave us tickets to Magic Kingdom for Christmas. The kids were so excited! Well, I was pretty excited too. We haven't been in a really long time and both of our kids are old enough now to really enjoy it and remember it.
We stayed from open to close and did every ride and show on our can't-miss-it list, which is pretty great. If you have ever been to Disney, you understand how long the lines can be. There are times of the year when you can spend pretty much your whole day waiting in the lines and end up going on only a handful of rides! Bleah.
Anyway, I only had my little (not-so-great) camera with me and was so worried about my shadows and reflections assignment that I mostly was panicking and trying to take interesting pictures for my class.
That's unfortunate because now, I only have a few pictures of my own children at Disney (forehead slap).
Wanna see 'em anyway?
Waiting to get in the gates:
Tom Sawyer Island:
Picking out some souvenirs:
Driving rocket ships (I was in the ship sitting behind Emma and turned the camera backwards, over my head, to snap the picture of Chris and Drew):
Formerly the WEDway People Mover, now the Tomorrowland Transit Authority:
A Brave Knight and his Trusty Steed lead the charge on the carousel:
Imprisoned by the evil emperor Zurg:
We had so much fun doing this. I love spending time with my family anyway, but just the four of us spending such a special day together was over-the-top fantastic.
Thanks, Mom and Dad S!