As most of you know, my Lexi isn’t doing well. (What’s going on with Lexi)
She has been asking to go on another vacation and I couldn’t deny her that. So, I rented a jet…
….flew to my girl, picked her up, and brought her to the happiest place on earth…DISNEY!
We made a mad dash for the tea cup ride at her request.
Let’s just say I was NOT prepared for all of the spinning. The things you do for love!
After the ride was done, I asked her if we could rest for a minute before continuing on. We found a nice spot in front of Cinderella’s castle.
(Notice my ears are inside out – that ride was intense!)
When I could feel my legs again, we were off to go see the lovers we remind Mom of – Lady and the Tramp.
Excuse the blurry picture, please. I think the person we asked to take the photo was on the tea cups with us. BOL!
We spent a lot of time exploring. We even came across Goofy and Pluto
Lexi was super excited to see them! We tried to take a bite from Pluto’s hot dogs but they were fake! Can you believe it?!
After some more exploring and a couple REAL bites to eat, we finally found Mickey and Minnie Mouse!
BAHAHAHA! Silly photo!
Would you believe that all day long little kids kept stopping us to ask Lexi if she was the dog from Wizard of Oz?! They all were so happy to hear that she was in fact Toto and asked for her autograph and everything! I think even she was shocked that people from all over the world knew who she was!
We had so much fun and the day went by way to fast. Before we knew it, it was time to take the monorail out of the park.
Things got a little sad here.
The thought broke my heart.
Our pilot picked us up and we were off to Tennessee. You didn’t think I actually flew that jet, did you?!?!?!?!
When we got to her house, it wasn’t goodbye but a see ya later.
Thanks for one of the best days ever, Lexi!
I would like to ask all of you to please say a prayer for my girl. A prayer for comfort and peace during her last days.
Lastly, any donation you can come up with to help Lexi’s family would be most appreciated. The cancer treatments were expensive on their own but then the dialysis last week due to the renal failure…well it was over $800 for her most recent treatments. Money can be donated through GoFundMe or by sending it directly to her mom. For her address, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, friends!