First of all, you'd think Blogger would have come up with a better app by now. It doesn't matter if you are using the iPad, iPhone, or Android, the app blows. I suppose it's better than nothing, but it's not great. I really wish I could control the placement of photos and add captions, but *siiiiiigh*, such things are not to be. I could have dragged my laptop on this trip, like any real blogger would do, but A.) I'm lazy and B.) I don't know if posting pictures of medals and my horse counts as really blogging.... (I would insert a smart assy ecard here or something, BUT I CAN'T because I can't put pictures where I want them, nor can I use italics, so I went with ALL CAPS.)
Annnnnyway... The parks don't open until 10 this morning, so I'm bored out of my mind while the rest of my family is snoozing away. I regularly get up at 5, so sleeping until 6:30 feels late.
I don't know how I survived pre-smart phone. I used to have to carry books to entertain myself. Sheesh.
Where was I going with my rambles about nothing? Ah yes, being in love, otherwise known as being Disneyfied.
Seriously, there's something about being at a Disney park that makes me feel all ooey and gooey about wanting to be in love. Now I'm not typically an ooey gooey type of person. But Disney will do that to you.
And Pinterest. Effing Pinterest will make make you feel like the biggest loser ever with all of its cutesy engagement and wedding photos. Damn you, Pinterest, for making me want a country chic barn wedding after I decided that eloping to Vegas was perfectly acceptable!
Despite how this post sounds, I'm actually not a bitter single lady. Really, I'm not. But put me in the midst of all of the hand holding and smooching that happens at Disneyland and I get all wistful and wishing I was one of those people.
And yeah, when I do fall, I get all ooey and gooey, just like everyone else. In fact, maybe I'm worse. I become one of those people I would like to smack. I'm obnoxious when I'm in love, but it's fun. And I think I'm ready to try again, because Pinterest and Disney have convinced me that love conquers all!! (Nevermind, the possible heartbreak. We don't pay attention to those things here at Disney!)
If you're not on Pinterest, stay away. Far, far away. It will suck up HOURS of your life. And make you start planning country weddings you never wanted until you saw it pinned. You've been warned.