After months of cancelled bookings and rebooking cancelled trips, our non-essential travel ban continues without knowing when things may return to a level of safe and confident travel again. But we do know that someday we will have the opportunity to travel again. And many parts of the world will begin to allow us to visit again.
And Disney World, while it closed for a few months, it re-opened last summer with Covid-19 restrictions and began to welcome guests under new protocols. Planning a Disney World trip in regular times is challenging enough, but now throw in ever changing pandemic-planning considerations and the difficulty in the task increases exponentially!
But with the 50th Anniversary Celebration coming up (beginning October 1, 2021), Disney World has planning down to a "tee" and advance planning has always been key to a great trip, utilizing all the available resources to you to have the best trip possible. So with that, my pandemic project was to complete my Disney World planning book.
But in reality, it’s only the beginning. While I know it’s the end of the first draft, here is where we start the process of getting things to the next stage - the editing, the design and all the other fun stuff. And the final version may look very different from this first draft completed today. And that’s to be expected. I’m just celebrating today for what it is. The first draft is complete!