Well, I guess technically it was Florida, but it felt like the rain forest. They had record temperatures at least one of the days we were there, and the rest were hot and humid. Yikes, I thought I was going to melt, but I didn't. We spent 7 days at Disney, and then drove up to Pensacola and made our way home from there. It was a lot of fun, and I'm glad we went.
This is Emily and I in the Honey, I Shrunk the Kids play area. That is a bug belly or something bug related. I was delirious from the heat and can't remember.
This is my husband Chuck and I on the Dinosaur ride. See, I have vertigo, so it's a no go on the roller coasters. However, I managed to ride the flying carpet, the dinosaurs, and of course the teacup ride (below), though the spinning on that did bother me. I was a brave soul and managed to smile and have fun. *snort*.
I really enjoyed the Mexico area at Epcot with the cool Day of the Dead puppets and dolls and the Mexican pottery:
Lastly, here are my three kids on our last day at Disney. Tired, cranky and yet they managed a smile for mom. Angry Teen is on the left, then Emily our Fairy Kid, and finally 17 year old Psuedo Emo Teen who will be graduating next year. The time has flown by since the three of them were born:)