When Ethan and I decided celebrating my birthday a few weeks early was a good idea, as he would be starting law school in late August and I would be starting work shortly after (which we will address in a different post), we also decided we should do it up right, as it might be our last chance to go away and do something totally-crazy-fun for a while.
So, obviously, with the close proximity of Disneyland to LA, we could think of no better place to do it.
Now, you may think while we were there, totally caught up in the whirlwind of childlike wonder that is the Happiest Place on Earth, we succumbed to our inner children. But nothing could be further from the truth.
As we are now adults, we did all the “grown-up” things to do in Disneyland.
No, seriously. Don’t believe me?
Well I have proof.
“Grown-Up” Things To Do In Disneyland
1. Take 30 minutes to get officially licensed as a riverboat pilot, by the Mark Twain Riverboat crew in Frontierland.
2. Reserve 2 and a half hours to wait in line to meet with diplomats from other countries.
3. Enjoying classical literature.
4. Become one with exotic nature.
5. Appreciate animal rights.
6. Explore chances for higherer education.
7. Seek advice from those who are older, and wiser.
8. Meet your role models.
9. Celebrate getting older in the most age appropriate way.
Now, any doubts that I did not take full advantage of all the “grown-up” things to do in Disneyland? I didn’t think so.7