May 21st, 2010

tired

Back again

We've actually been back for about four and a half hours, but we haven't had the energy for anything. Or actually, we caught up on e-mail and LJ reading and stuff, then had lunch and decided we were done sitting at the computer and went to read some manga, which I had an incredibly hard time focusing on (not a good thing when reading something like Host Club). And now I still feel at risk of falling asleep any second.

It's weird, too, because this trip to Disneyland wasn't strenuous at all. ...Okay, so maybe it was a little strenuous, walking around in the sun all day for two days, and carrying around garden statues and stuff. So maybe it was a little strenuous, but it didn't feel strenuous. It was pretty low-key, which was nice. Apparently Gaston has the same problem we do when going to Disneyland with people: always worrying about whether or not everyone else is having a good time. That attitude tends to make you care less about what you yourself actually do while at the park, so since none of us really cared what got done or what didn't, all the stress was gone. (Maybe not all the stress; just because someone says they don't care one way or the other doesn't mean I'm not going to worry about it anyway.)

But in that vein, there wasn't a whole lot of newness that happened, so there's not a whole lot to report on event-wise. We did end up talking to a lot of fun people, though. See, since we weren't worried about going on rides, we were able to do some shopping, and that got us talking to cast members.

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Whew, that's a lot of stuff for a trip that wasn't so eventful. But it was really fun!

Today I'm thankful for making it home safely, having an awesome time at Disneyland, the cats not having killed each other while we were gone, getting lots of neat new pins, and finally learning what the real deal is with that Beauty and the Beast pin set.