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And We’re Off!

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See you when we get back from Disney!

5 Comments

  • At 2013.10.20 11:17, bermudaonion (Kathy) said:

    I hope y’all have a blast!

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    • At 2013.10.20 13:46, Jennifer @ The Relentless Reader said:

      Have a great time!

      • At 2013.10.20 18:13, Julie Merilatt said:

        Have a great time!

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        • At 2013.10.21 10:51, Beth Hoffman said:

          Hope you have lots of fun!

          • At 2013.10.21 12:04, Ti said:

            It’s a very magical vacation in a lot of ways but also incredibly overwhelming. Reservations for restaurants are key. I hope you aren’t having any trouble with that aspect of it. I loved the Italian restaurant at Epcot. We walked in and begged for a table when a reservation we had proved to not be what we thought it was. It was delish! Of course, I cannot remember the name but it was the nicest sit down Italian place in Epcot.

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