I ate breakfast by myself, watching the cars from Radiator Springs Racers zoom past. Then I walked around taking selfies, shopping, and going on a few other rides that I didn't think Bart would want to go on.
Can someone please buy me this purse? It's like $80 and I just couldn't justify it as a souvenir, but I'm in love with it! Thanks in advance!
Around noon, Bart's conference let out for the day, but his ticket didn't let him into the parks until 4:00, so I mustered up the strength, and somehow I was able to walk out of the parks before closing time. Willingly. That has never happened to me ever. But I was excited to hang out with my man, so that helped. A little.
We had lunch in Downtown Disney, took a nap, and were ready to head back to the parks. I never understood why couples would go to Disneyland without their kids. That is until we went a few years ago with four adults and SEVEN little kids. Not that we didn't love that trip, because we did, but it did make me think that going sans children would be fun in its own way. I loved it!
It was the most magical day, and I can't wait to do it again, very soon! (hopefully)
Saturday morning, while Bart was at his conference again, I slept in (hurray!), shopped in Downtown Disney, and wondered why I was that close and not actually in the parks again (guys, I think there is something wrong with me...). As soon as Bart was done, we headed to Cafe Rio for lunch and then straight to Newport Beach.
It was super windy that day, so our plans to actually play at the beach changed into walking in the sand, soaking up the rays, and talking about how we could rearrange our lives a bit so we could live right there on the beach!
try one of the world-famous frozen bananas!
We couldn't leave without heading down to the water one last time.
We were able to catch up with them, see their cute kiddos, see their gorgeous new home, talk about the good old days, and eat their delicious food. It was so good to see them, and made me miss them all over again!