Monday, I spent about TWENTY hours with my brother and a bunch of other high school students at one of the most magical places on earth: Disney Land. Being the introvert-who-does-not-like-driving-or-high-school-or-lines-or-lack-of-sleep that I am, it was a bit of a trial. However, I persevered through this first-world-problem of mine, and came out on the other side with a free bracelet and two new Facebook friends (Don’t worry, they’re girls).
Not to sound pathetic, but really what this outing taught me is how much I love the friends that I have and how lucky I have been to be blessed with them. Walking around Disney wasn’t as fun when I had no one to count the gingers with, and it was uncomfortable when Cooper’s friends slipped up on their language or jokes, and then tried to recover it because they didn’t want to offend me. That reminded me of being in high school, and how hard it was to find encouraging, godly friends.
Things are kinda rough right now, but one of my prayers is that God will teach me to be joyful.
Love you all,
Awkward Moment #2: At Disney, we hung around some of Cooper’s couple friends. I was a third-wheel again. Well, sort of. Cooper kept touching me and saying, “People think we’re dating!” The bright side was that I always had someone to be my ride-buddy.
Here are some fun highlights from the Disney Daye
Sorry, I found this, and needed to share it with you. Think…FC Friends. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OS7oaGNbc6M
You will notice cooper is wearing two different shirts in these pictures. Yes. He brought a spare shirt, and ended up changing after Splash Mountain. Luckily, he did not change shirts in public. He half-way changed his shirt in the middle of Disney Land, and then thought better of it, halted the process, and proceeded to the bathroom. *sigh of relief*