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Old 10-03-2012, 02:24 PM   #1
ALFranklin
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How to shake my "Post Disney Funk"...

My husband and I got back from Disney a week ago today and I am still so sad that we had to leave. I know I need to get over it and move on, but it's really tough this time. This was my 17th trip to WDW, but I've never been quite this sad about leaving.

We were there for our one year anniversary/honeymoon. We walked sooo much and we were in some pain, but other than that it was the perfect trip. We have a blended family and have 3 kids, so it was nice to have time to ourselves. Plus, my husband's friends are quite needy at times and it was so nice to have him to myself. When we were on the Magical Express about to leave our resort, I just cried. While we were sitting there, I realized that we were headed back to the "real world" and it was almost more than I could bear. We've had a very tough summer and the trip was exactly what we needed, but it was just too short. I'd love to just jump into planning another trip, but it might be a while before we can afford it. I just need some advice on how to feel better. Thank you.
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