I was definitely looking forward to this post! I kind of felt guilty on the last two 11 in 2011 posts for not being a more dedicated athlete or cook but I am so looking forward to vacation this year because we are going to . . .
We are going the 2nd week of September and I cannot wait to take Abby to meet “The Mouse” – which is her name for Mickey. Abby will be 2 1/2 at the time which I think will be perfect for her first visit! My entire family is going (mom, dad, sister & her family, and brother) so it should be an awesome time!
Are you already planning any fun & exciting trips this year?
9 comments on “11 in 2011: Places You Hope to Go This Year”
Wow, you are going to Disney?? Good for you! I could never manage it now, with CFS. We went several times when my sons were very young – when I was not only healthy but working in a career that often took me to Orlando. Enjoy it! Just remember that EPCOT stands for Every Person Comes Out Tired and plan accordingly! (that’s actually an old joke from BEFORE I got sick!)
I agree – I need to be at the ocean once in a while – the sound of the waves and the smell of the saltwater is instantly calming. Too bad my hubby hates sand…
We typically take a 3-week road trip out west every summer, stopping on the way to visit my husband’s family in Oklahoma – last year we went to New Mexico and loved it.
This year, our plans are really big and more than a bit scary…we’d like to take our sons to Europe (my oldest is a junior in HS this year, so we feel like we’re running out of time!). We have some money that my grandfather left us, but figuring out how to manage this with CFS will be very tricky. Wish me luck!
Enjoy your travels this year –
Sue – I am definitely worried about keeping up at Disney energy-wise but we plan to take it slow. We’ve got 7 days to take it all in so we definitely won’t be doing parks back to back days and we are staying close enough to where we can leave for mid-afternoon naps or breaks (for both Abby & I! lol). I definitely plan on chronicling the trip so I can share how a spoonie can survive Disney! Since we’re going in September it won’t be quite as hot either and there will be less crowds when we go! I would definitely never plan to go during peak season! Good luck planning your trip to Europe! How exciting!
Not to worry about the other posts…I’m all for doing those that you have something to post about 🙂
I’ve only been to Disneyland, you’ll have so much fun at DW!!
We’re hoping for a Disney trip this year too. My whole family is leaving for a trip Saturday but we just couldn’t get the money together to go with them. I cannot wait to take Katie!!!!
Disney will be wonderful!
Disneyworld sounds wonderful!! Hope your little one has a great time!
Disney World sounds so fun with a little one!
Disney is always fun! Just coz I live in West Coast, I went to Disneyland more than Disney World. But both are fun fun fun! Enjoy. As for me, no trip to nowhere for this year. Stay at home and work on enjoying staying at home. 🙂
I’m going on a mission trip this spring, and then–God willing–moving to a new place sometime between May and August to start the next phase of my life (I just don’t know what that “new place” is yet). Also, in July is our annual trip to a Christian music festival which I’m actually quite excited about.