Wonderful Wife: “Look at this summer camp. I went ahead and signed him up. It looks amazing.”
Me: “Wow. That does look amazing. I never got to do camps like that.”
Little Miss Thing, age 7: “Let’s get Daddy a camp. He seems jealous.”
Me: “I’m totally jealous. But let’s make sure we can afford your camps first. How much was that camp exactly?”
WW: “Oh, it can’t be that much.”
(reads website more closely)
WW: (suspicious silence)
Me: “Seriously. How much?”
WW: “I’m not saying.”
WW: “Think of the memories they’ll be making.”
Me: “And we can remember when we used to have money.”
Happiness is having a son to help me sort all my D&D minis.
He may be enjoying it more than I am.
DISNEY DELVE 2014: Day 7.
This is my final entry.
I’m not sure why I was so grumpy when we arrived. Sure, it was expensive and hot, but the Disney staff really do an amazing job of making sure every detail is perfect. We all had a good time and the kids had so many amazing experiences that will make for wonderful memories of a lifetime.
I’m almost sad that today is our last day.
And it really seems like I’m forgetting to do something really important, like that feeling when you’re not sure if you turned off the stove before you left the house.
Oh well. I’m sure it’s nothing.
Thank you Disney!