On June 29, we returned to Downtown Disney. The day before, my dad was looking at a very cool Mickey Mouse watch & we went back to the World of Disney so he could buy it.
After that, we wove through the store up to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. I was there when I was younger & while I was there, I became a princess. Seriously, I had a princess dress, they did my hair (ahem, tiara!), & I even had a Fairy Godmother who gave me my princess makeover!
Anyway, back on track from Memory Lane, when I was at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique this time they pixie-dusted me. For those of you who don’t know what that is, all you have to do is go up to a Fairy Godmother & ask them if they’ll pixie-dust you. Then, they’ll say to close your eyes, “Make a wish, and with a little faith, trust & pixie dust, may all your dreams come true!” They’ll pixie-dust anybody so if you’re not a little girl but you think this sounds fun, don’t worry about it! I’m 13, they still pixie-dust me, & they’ve pixie-dusted my mom before… If you want to be pixie-dusted, you should do it. I love it- it’s so magical & makes me feel so princess-y. I actually got pixie-dusted pretty much everyday because there’s a store in the Magic Kingdom that will pixie-dust you (Castle Couture, right behind Cinderella Castle). I kind of like being all sparkly. 🙂
After that, we walked over to Goofy’s Candy Co. & bought a Goofy’s Glacier to share. The flavor we picked was called Razzledazzle Pink (I think), which was pretty much raspberry + pink lemonade. It was a really good cool-off since it was so hot & it was so good.
Then, we walked back over toward the parking lot & I got my picture taken again in the same spot as the previous day’s featuring the tiara.
We drove home, had dinner, went swimming again, & then went to sleep.