California running weather + breathing at sea level—> you are something special to me.
Just a few miles around Anaheim yesterday morning to get some Vitamin D, a sweat and to feel like a human again…
Because we felt like this when we first woke up. Disneyland hangover is real. We did luck out at Disney on Friday because for the entire morning we pretty much walked onto a lot of the rides without waiting in line but I think the 16 hours of Disney + crazy crowds at night = we woke up not feeling our best. Like usual, just getting outside and moving around for 45 minutes did the trick though…
Also, the most expensive pair of flip flops I will ever buy. I started getting blisters on my feet from my shoes and so I had to buy some shoes at Disneyland for the rest of the day. $28 for these babies… I could have bought 7 more churros with that kind of cash but they did solve the blister problem.
We hit up the pool for a little bit before
starting the trip home.
Curly made sure to sport her fanciest jewels for our journey.
We stopped for a quick lunch (I’m pretty sure we take 100 pictures of him a day between the two of us).
And my sister bought us Girl Scout Cookies. My niece tried to convince us to get the PB variety but we all reminded her that the samoas and thin mints are the only way to go;)
We started feeling a little crazy after so many hours in the car but we powered through.
My sister whipped out the apple chips from Costco to snack on… great minds think alike. We always end up buying the same things there without knowing the other person bought them.
We made it to St. George to spend the night before driving the rest of the way.
Cousin sleepovers were the absolute best as a kid. I have a feeling these two will have a lot of them over the years.
Favorite type of Girl Scout Cookie?
Were you close to your cousins growing up?
Three things you are doing today!?