"And so the story is told to children of all ages that if you wish hard enough and believe strong enough, Tinker Bell may appear to fly high above Cinderella Castle and light the Magic Kingdom's Fantasy in the Sky!" - Narrator, Fantasy in the Sky Hmmm... TLC A&E has a new series Obsessed that gives to insight to its audience how obsession can affect a persons life. Call it Dis-Board guilt syndrome but a camera crew showed up in my dreams last night and my DH opened the show by detailing my compulsion to trip plan. Thanks Honey. I blame the dream on the fact that after a eight months of preparation, sharing details& questioning my DH turns to me at 47 days out and says So how long are we going for and what different at this Disney? (Insert jaw drop and consequential eye rolling). This trip somehow evolved from what started as a Mexican vacation. DH beat cancer last year and I wanted a chance to get away and celebrate. Here lies the problem; like many of you Dis-ers I do not REALLY know how to sit and do nothing on a vacation. Our last three major trips have been to Disneyland as we are on the far west coast. All inclusive Mexico was being offered at reasonable prices but then did the pools have waterslides? My focus turned to Paradise Island in the Bahamas. Now theres a water resort. But why fly those extra miles when there is a couple of fabulous water parks at Disneyworld. And so my planning went into overdrive. I shared my tentative ideas with DH, 49 and DD 10. I now know it was only one sided sharing on the husband part of that exchange. I mentioned in conversation to my DD-IL , Jenn, my plans knowing she would feel my joy as they were planning DW in 2010. DS and DD-IL are our families biggest Disney fanatics so as the chips fall we could not take this trip without including them. Our party expands to five. Hurray at least now I have an equally obsessed planner in my DD-IL. Let the pre-occupation begin!