Discussion in 'Transportation & Travel' started by MystikPiglit, Sep 8, 2008.
Thanks, Wendy. I know it's way ahead but I spent ages yesterday checking Virgin and WDTC prices.
It's never too early to plan, you don't want to be like me and be chasing your tail with only 2 and a bit months to go
Well, this is the best place if you need any help.
Should I be planning yet then for 2010?
Well I have the villa booked and the deposit paid on that.
Do I need to start making lists?
Definitely. Posolutely absitively.
I haven't finished the menus yet. :sigh;
Well, work on the menus, sure but then at least collect the supplies for making lists. Or are you one of those blasphemers that makes your lists on the computer?
Oh god no, in case I break it when Adrian's not looking.
Holiday lists are always made on paper and lists are listed on a master list - also on paper - and possibly laminated.
Ahhhh, I should have known better. All is right in my world once again.
I make lists on the computer
S'okay Wendy. I'll have to buy you some nice list paper and a proper list writing implement.
DH insists on putting all our ADR's etc on spreadsheets - I humour him and then write it all down in pretty colours in my Mickey notebook
What she said.
Menus? You're already checking menus..... ? :rolleyes008:
Oooooohhhhh wow, I want a laminator!! :bounce022:
Ahhh.... a true professional.
Oooh I want a Mickey notebook and pretty coloured pens now. How am I supposed to plan a trip without those.
Wait, I have a Wall-E notebook. Will that do?
You can't. You must go directly to the Disney Store to purchase these. And Mickey folders. Tinkerbell is acceptable also.
Oh, WHSmith have a great range of Mickey stationery.
It would do to start, then you can write it all out again when you find a better notebook - that's what I do I keep upgrading whenever I see a Mickey notebook I like better than the last one.
I seriously need to get a job
Your final lists of course should be in a properly bound (that means SEWN) book. You'll need to keep them for posterity, future planning and of course, TRIP REPORTS.
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