I have barely had a minute to stop and think about everything I need to do before leaving for WDW. I was super gung-ho about everything when I was first accepted. I immediately got out all my Disney summer shirts and I bought a bunch of black socks….and then didn’t touch my suitcases again. For two months! Haha.
Unfortunately, I gave away my twin sheets last year when I left Disney. My current plan is to steal my brother’s sheets before I go. Dark grey isn’t really my style, but I think I can live with them for 2 months. Also, I still don’t have a comforter. Frankly, don’t have room in my two suitcases for that, so I might just bring a small blanket to use instead.
The one thing I KNOW I’m bringing is my Snuggie! I can’t nap without it! 😉
Mom thinks I’ll be too hot to use it (Florida summer – I know!), but I can’t go without it!
I keep remembering and packing random things in my suitcases. I don’t want to forget an extension cord or a small nonstick pan for eggs! Packed those items away last night.
The most important thing I MUST remember for this program is that I will only be there for two months!
It’s not like last time where I could justify packing up half my bedroom and closet to bring for 6 months. Frankly, I didn’t need 3/4ths of the crap I brought down last program. (Mostly because I bought a lot of new stuff and clothes last time using my 20-40% Disney merchandise discount! Haha
Here is a mostly likely my (incomplete) packing list for my two months living at Disney.
I’ll update it if I think of more vitals! 🙂
Two Girls and a Mouse Tale by Elly Collins & Caroline Collins
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