HI and to my first ever trip report! Before I get into any copyright infringement issues, the title is from the song "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen. It's an awesome song (so go listen to it) and it'll make perfect sense later on in this report. As a side note, a strong contender for the title was: "Please don't eat my succulent knee flesh!!!" - based on a nightmare Jan had during the trip about a female vampire wanting to eat her knees. It probably wouldn't have made sense to anybody if I didn't explain it and it was unnecessary to work it into the report so...yeah. Okay! Before we get started, lets do some introductions! I was just going to copy and paste from my pre-trip report but Jan was all like "noooooo" so now you lucky readers get brand new intros and pictures/clues to the shenanigans that occured during this trip. To the new readers who have no idea who this "Jan" person I keep mentioning is (which is everybody except the approximate 3 people who read my pre-trip report - it was pretty boring and lackluster so I'm not even going to suggest you go take a gander at it), she is my youngest sister and one of the reasons as to why this trip took place. Jan, 17 going on 18, recent high school graduate and incoming freshman at the University of California, San Diego. This trip was in part to celebrate her graduation. Jan got to bring her boyfriend, Edward: He and Jan are from the same high school and the same year so I guess this trip was also in part to celebrate his graduation. While in the parks, he played the part of pack mule and occasionally the butt of our jokes. Since he was the only boy in our group, we kinda picked on him a bit but he was a good sport and we weren't too mean. Fun fact: we share the same birthday. Next up we got Jess: Almost 20 (it's her birthday tomorrow) art studio major at Mills College. Too crazy for her own good sometimes, she's always ready with a good joke and a good laugh. Notorious for sunburns, she surprisingly didn't get one this time. Next we got our lovely mother (well, "our" in the sense where Edward isn't included): She will be referred to as either mom or ma in this trip report. Over the years she has grown tired of Disney. It used to be just Disneyland (we went way too often while growing up in her opinion) but all the walking this time around plus the heat has put her off all things Disney. While this is sad news indeed, hopefully she'll toot a different horn once grandchildren start popping up but that's a discussion saved for another day (or in my case at least another decade). Finally, there is me, Jo: The other reason for this trip was to celebrate my graduation from college. I'm still going to be working/hanging around campus for the next year so it hasn't hit me that i'm transitioning into the real world. As evident by the fact that I'm writing this trip report, I'm one of the bigger Disney fans in the family (that or I'm the most bored). I did most of the planning in terms of where and generally what we did each day but left it pretty chill and went at whatever pace we felt like. Now that we got the introductions out of the way, we can finally get to the good stuff. It'll probably take a while for me to get rolling since I still need to sift through all the pictures (3000+), get them organized and onto photobucket, etc. So sit tight and I'll be up and running in no time. Also, if anybody cared to notice, I have a new ticker up for a new trip! Sadly, it's not to Walt Disney World nor is it a Disney wedding either. My boyfriend's housemate is getting married down in SoCal in July and we decided to make a pit stop at the original happiest place on Earth. Disneyland is no Disneyworld but it's still awesome and something Disney is always better than nothing Disney. Can't wait!!!