Yesterday a friend dropped by to pick up her daughter from a play date and I asked her if they were all set for their DLR trip on Saturday. She said they were almost ready and I asked if she'd done any research to find ways to beat the lines and crowds. She said she hadn't but really should...well I couldn't just let her walk out of here without giving her some tips. LOL I'd feel so badly if she came home hating her trip because they waited forever for everything and I could have helped her. So first I just said if I had to leave her with just 2 tips, I'd suggest arriving about 20-30 minutes before opening and using FPs to their fullest extent. She then asked a question (which I think she assumed would have a simple answer) about FPs and I found myself rattling off FP rules as quickly as my mouth could spit them out b/c I could tell she was in a hurry. I don't think she expected that mouthful and I didn't even get through all of them. She then commented that it sounded like it was some sort of Disney science and implied that it was too complicated for her. So I said that she should just look into purchasing Ridemax as that would help her figure it all out and would save her the time and headache. As she was walking out the door I thought of all these other things I wanted to tell her, but she was picking up her cell phone and it was too late and I didn't want to push myself on her anyway. I'm not sure that she really digested any of what I said. Oh well, can't say I didn't try. I think she thought I was some sort of Disney freak. ROFLOL I told my dh and he said, "Well, you are." K, maybe I am...a little. I didn't realize how much of an adrenaline rush I get talking DLR strategies with people. Guess I gotta live vicariously through them.