|I also snapped this picture of myself in the mirror, don't I look beautiful?|
On our way out, we rode Test Track before hopping on Spaceship Earth, the ride inside the iconic geodesic dome. We left property to have lunch because we didn't want to pay a hundred million dollars so we went to my favorite place in the whole world: Pizza Hut. We finished off two pizzas and about eighteen drinks before we drove to Magic Kingdom, my home park <3 <3 <3 where I could really strut my stuff.
We rode the carousel first thing, something that my grandpa and I have always done together. For once, the ride wasn't three hours long, so we hopped right on. After the carousel, we ran into about eighteen people I knew before I showed them all of the shops I work in. I guess it was a good day to play in the park!
We watched Philarmagic and upon leaving, tragedy struck. My grandma's ankle was really hurting her, and then that started bothering her hip, and she needed a wheelchair. We were sent to two different places before we finally just headed to the front of the park, where we got a wheelchair that turned out to be broken, once we got Grammie into it. I don't know why it was such an ordeal, since there are supposed to be wheelchairs in a bunch of different shops and at First Aid and basically everywhere, but there weren't any. We rode The Haunted Mansion, which is doubly spooky now that it's been refurbished, and then I practically assaulted a manager when I spotted him so we could find the nearest working wheelchair. After finally acquiring one, we rode Pirates of the Caribbean and then headed to the castle to grab a spot for the Main Street Electrical Parade, The Magic, The Memories, and You! show and then Wishes, the fireworks. It all happens within the span of an hour, so we got there about 45 minutes in advance and then ate the best ice cream of my life as we waited.
It was a great day, and it's always really special to introduce parts of Disney for the first time. The magic feels greater when you're looking at it through someone else's eyes.