My Disney Journey

This blog was a journey of my application to Walt Disney World's Cultural Representative Program, from sorting out my CV through all the interviews to a year of having a mouse for a boss! Now, watch as I try to get back to my second home.

I’m back, ish August 15, 2011

Filed under: Home Stuff!,Work stuff! — Vikki @ 8:28 pm

Service is the death of a blog. You get home later, more tired. When you’re not home you’re out more, doing other things. Blogging takes a back seat.

I’m not trying to make excuses, it’s just the way things happened. I got into service, I tried to keep up the blogging, and I tried living the life of a server. Unfortunately, something had to give, and my blog was that thing.

So, a short recap of stuff I have done… My darling Jon came to visit, and proposed to me on our anniversary at Cinderella’s Royal Table. I, of course, said yes. We visited miami, which was the longest drive I’ve ever done! Terri and I took a weekend at Caribbean Beach, and had to move rooms due to creepy crawlies (Florida is full of them). Another friend from home, Tess, came to visit, and we had an amazing time, including managing to do both Universal parks in one day. I became a service trainer, and then a core trainer. And this week is Terri’s last!

I’ve eaten at a whole bunch more places, but i’m still incredibly behind on my challenge.

I’ve planned and booked a weekend away to Seattle, at the end of September.

And there’s a whole bunch of other stuff I can’t recall right this minute. But I’ve had a lot of fun, and there’s more still to be had.

And that’s the main thing… So much more fun, still to be had, and I should be documenting it! So i’m going to try coming back to my blog. The posts may be short, simple and sweet, but it’ll be triggers to my memory. I’ll even try and fill in some more of these past few months’ gaps!

For now though, I have a flat to sort out ready to host lasses tonight. It is Terri’s last after all.

Vikki
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