The point being, we have to get up unreasonably early tomorrow. Now that Gaston's been on Rise of the Resistance, he has the bug, which means trying even harder...I mean, you can't actually try any harder than getting there at opening and hoping for the best, but the point is, there's not going to be any, "Eh, been there, done that," for a while. And the park opens at eight tomorrow, so we get to wake up in time for that. Yay. But in all fairness, we do want to go on it again, too.
And that's the big news for us today. The other big news is that our bishopric is asking us if we're doing any special musical numbers for Easter! We're not sure how that's going to go, because our choir is nowhere near as ambitious as we are. But we'll come up with something!
Today I'm thankful for having more plans to hang out with friends, getting a payment in time to make this plan viable, getting to have pretty songs for Easter, having a yummy-looking piece of chocolate cake to look forward to, and hillbilly dialects.