Welcome to my April 2013 trip report! Thanks to those of you convinced me to write this report. I was really on the fence about it because Ive had a hard time keeping up with the DIS this year. I do promise that this report will be finished even if its months from now. I always get my reports done before my next trip & I hope to be escaping again without the family in October. With that said, lets get this thing rolling! Im Amy, an almost 40 full-time mom of two & part-time bookkeeper. I generally have two trips in the works at any given time. This is my DH, Tim, also almost 40. He works long hours as a Software Engineer. In his spare time, he loves to golf. He tolerates Disney or so he says he was REALLY looking forward to this trip & ended up coming home with an annual pass. These are our two boys, Alex & Zach. Alex is a 12 year old 6th grader and is doing an amazing job in Middle School this year. He has autism which creates some extra challenges for us day to day and on our Disney trips. He loves all things sports! He swims year round & plays various seasonal sports (soccer, basketball & baseball). Alex has caught the Disney planning bug & now plans pretend Disney vacations in his spare time! Zach is a 9 year old 3th grader. Hes an advanced green belt in karate, plays a lot of baseball and also plays soccer & basketball seasonally. Zach was diagnosed with Aspergers a few years ago. Hes a very sensitive boy and has a few sensory & emotional issues but is doing well overall. His new thing is texting with his two closest friends. One of his friends was on vacation in a different part of Florida and the two boys were sending each other videos of their hotel rooms. It was so funny! We spent twelve wonderful days in Orlando this year. We arrived on Wednesday, April 17th and returned home on Sunday, April 28th. We stayed at the Sheraton Vistana Resort (our third stay) for the entire trip, which made it feel a lot longer. We usually stay with Tims brother or on Disney property for our first few nights before checking in for a week at Sheraton. As much as I love staying at Disney for a few days, it was nice to not have to move. Im not sure what well do next time but this was nice. The title of my trip report come from all of the people we saw at Disney this year! Tim's brother, Jeff, and his wife, Karen, spent two nights with us plus we met us with them & Dniece for a Tampa Bay Rays/Yankees baseball game later during the trip. We got to spend time with Heidi (MRYPPNS) and her family as well as Julie (mousescrapper) and her DH, Matt. We also ran into a couple different families from our town. Zach's third grade teacher & husband (a 5th grade teacher from our school, who Alex had in 3rd grade) were there with their adorable almost three year old daughter. And even though we were staying off property, we were lucky enough to see Stacy every day on Disney TV! One day Alex even yelled out, "I love you Stacy!" Thanks for reading!! Stay tuned to hear more about our adventures!