So, as the titles says we are heading to visit Mickey. We leave October 30th, 2010 and will be coming home November 8th. Our dates are pretty set in our minds but who knows what could come up and change things. We are eagerly waiting for some deals to be released that might make our trip a bit more affordable and allow for even more fun. So now the important details.. I am Valerie. I am a 31 year old Stay at Home Mom with Fibromyalgia. Along for the trip is my husband Jason. He is 29 years old. The final member of our traveling party is our son Alex who is 11 years old and has Asperger's Syndrome which is an Autism Spectrum Disorder. This trip is something we have been planning since we got home from our first family visit in April of 2007. It differs in one very big way from our first trip. That difference is that Alex knows this time. THe last trip we took was a surprise trip planned 2 months before we left and that we only told Alex about ( with a very big planned reveal) a few days before we left. So far we are working on where we want to eat and what we want to do. We have some interest in taking two of the offered tours but will leave that decision up to time and money. We will most certainly be hitting MNSSHP which of course is the main reason we planned the trip for when we did. So on to my title of course.. This trip will celebrate our 10 year wedding anniversary which is November 18th, 2010.. If hasn't been an easy 10 years. Things have been hard over time and there have been good and bad days. Its difficult being the parent of a child with something like Autism and add in that I have more bad days as of late with my Fibro than good days. Things can be tough.. But we have made it through 9+ years of marriage and will be looking forward to spending our 13 year anniversary as a couple and 10 year anniversary as husband and wife at Disney World. Only made even better by the fact that Halloween is my all time favorite holiday and I can't think of a better place to spend it than in the place where every can be a child at heart.