20 April 2007

Disneyland

My parents have been in town this week to visit for spring break. They brought my youngest sister (the only child still at home) who is a senior in high school and her boyfriend.

For some strange reason, my mom will always have the view in her mind that we are all little kids. So, we all went to Disneyland yesterday. Mind you, D-land is still fun when you go with your fellow single friends at my age, but it felt a little odd being there with my parents. The upside was that they couldn't say no when I wanted a churro. I just bought one myself.

There were a billion people there from Utah. I saw so much BYU and U of U apparel that it almost made me sick. It must be spring break for most schools in Utah right now. That made me think of "Mormon Day" that they have there every year.

There were also a few gay couples that I saw during the day. That made me think of "Gay Day" that they have there every year.

Then I thought, wouldn't it be hilarious if there was some mixup and they scheduled Mormon Day and Gay Day on the same day? It would be Gay Mormon day and all of us MoHos could meet together and still feel out of place. =D

5 comments:

drex said...

I want to go to Disneyland. ): I've still never been. Been to Disneyworld, though.

My Best Is All I Have said...

Come on down! I've got a spare room that you and Salad can stay in. Bring all your gay friends and we'll make a MoHo party out of it.

salad said...

lodging with an awesome MoHo? I'm down! I haven't been to Disneyland either, we'll totally have to come visit.

Mormon Enigma said...

... all of us MoHos could meet together and still feel out of place.

lol

BTW, I grew up in So Cal, used to go to Disneyland all the time - never been to Disneyworld.

I took my family there a couple of years ago (my oldest son was probably your age at the time, so I guess he felt a bit awkward too). What really struck me is how little it had changed in the 30 years it had been since the last time I went. I was actually kind of disappointed. Disneyland was awesome 30 years ago. With all of the new technology available to us now, I was expecting Disneyland to be 'knock my socks off' awesome. But, it was the same awesome I felt 30 years previously - oh well.

Kengo Biddles said...

I got yelled at by my cube-farm neighbors, this made me laugh so hard....