Vacation or Residence?

I have been actually thinking about writing on this for awhile. One, it’s important to compare the two for those thinking about moving here, and two, it’s just a fun topic to talk about.

So when we were planning a vacation here, we would do everything I am sure you all have. First we would watch every Disney movie on the planet, get out the family calendar, pick the dates, ask off for work, and then the real fun and planning began. Back then, sites were just starting up so we would enjoy watching ride videos on YouTube and basically if a site had “Disney” in it, we were hooked. When to go, what to book, where to eat….the planning was the BEST PART!!

Then came the anticipation. The build-up as we plunked down change into the water cooler, took a piece of the countdown chain down every day, and our lingo was always about the trip to come. Outfits to wear, what luggage to bring, how to pack efficiently, and of course, leaving a bag empty for those Disney souvenirs. The day would come, you could hardly contain the excitement!! Whether you were driving or flying, bags were packed, kids had gone to the bathroom, and you were ready for that amazing adventure in Florida.  I bet even now I have someone excited to plan their next trip.

But when you live here, that changes. First, for us, the build-up was gone.  The anticipation was slightly there like “Hey I’m going to Magic Kingdom tomorrow” kind of stuff but not that crazy, fun, excited feeling we used to get.  On vacation, the Parks are fresh. There is always something new, something you didn’t see before, some type of food or drink to try and of course the merch always changes. So with every trip, it was different.  Having gone in multiple times to the Parks in the same week, yes, it can get old. I used to come around the corner on Main Street with tears welled up in my eyes, the magic growing inside me with each step I took, my kids hands in mine, my husband glowing with happiness…  it’s just not the same now. It’s still special, it just changed.

I traded the excitement and newness for date nights, hang outs with friends, and the occasional exclusive popcorn bucket.  Doesn’t sound to bad does it? It really isn’t. I have loved and cherished each moment and experience in the Parks. It as been nice to go to different concerts, get my AP magnet, and enjoy people watching as a sport. But that being said, once you have seen a lot of the concerts, eaten all types of  food, bought tons of the merch, the “what’s next” factor gets kind of fuzzy. I for one am personally in the camp of “Did it once, bonus points if I get to do it again, but I will live if I don’t.”  You learn fast that vacation money and daily life money are two VERY different things.  I have the normal life budget that I can on occasion splurge on a shirt or cup, but who can afford to eat and drink in the Parks on a weekly basis without going broke? I bring in my own waters and soda, granola bars and snacks.  I grab a cup of ice from a counter service and enjoy my drink while i stroll the Park.  Trust me, it actually gets hard sometimes to know you can’t just eat or buy whatever you’d like. It’s a magical world of mouse temptations.

Let’s just say that I look forward to planning my vacations again in the future.

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The Reality of Living Near the Fantasy… Part Nine

The Weather

One of the biggest selling points on living in Florida, is of course, the weather. Sunny skies and warm temperatures seem like an amazing deal. I was one of the many who left the cold weather climates because I was sick of the nail biting cold and dismal, grey days.  I didn’t mind the snow, until a blizzard hit and it would take hours to dig out and get anywhere.  It was just part of life in the Midwest.

But what I wasn’t ready for here was the lightning, the downpours, the hurricanes, and the headache inducing humidity.  Let me start with the lightning- it actually scares me. I watched a story on “Dateline” where a woman was just watching tv in her home and was struck by lightning through her roof.  Couple that with living in the lightening capital of the World, it makes for some anxiety filled moments when a storms passes over.

The downpours are honestly more scary while driving on I4 or 27 because they come on fast and when you have a mixture of tourists and yourself driving-  some have the knee jerk reaction to hit the brakes instead of just slowing down.  Out and about in the Parks, basically April through September, I carry an umbrella on me. Showers come quick and go through just as fast, so at least they don’t linger a majority of the time.

The hurricanes.  I survived my first official one which was Hurricane “Irma” back in 2017.  I knew eventually we would deal with one, and I saw first hand the chaos in the stores, the panic as it got closer, getting our survival kits together, and then we just sat and waited.  By far the worst part was just sitting in our home and waiting for it to finally get there.  It had turned at one point and the eye came right over the top of us, the wind slammed our home hard, the shingles sounded like they were being pulled off one by one, and we just prayed.  Clearly my family and I made it through…still scary. Now compared to tornadoes that I have been through in WI? Tornadoes come up on you pretty quickly there, and it’s about basements and radios at that point.  Here there are no basements, which honestly I hate. The whole “Jump in the bath tub” never makes me feel safe or secure.  The irony is that even as I write this, WE ARE UNDER A TORNADO WATCH. The news has been telling us all week that bad storms are to hit today, and they tell you in weeks, almost months, for the hurricanes to watch for. So I will give it to the News here, they are on it. Now, if they could install a tornado siren in my neighborhood, that would be great. They don’t have many in FL, if at all in my area.

The humidity seems to affect me only when it has slowed down or ramped up. During the winter months it’s still there, but usually on the low side. Once it kicks in again with full steam, my head feels like it’s going to explode.  It’s a weird headache that no Excederin will get rid of for me, completely frustrating and life interrupting. And of course doing anything outside the home for long periods of time during the summers has to be done early morning or evening so you don’t get heatstroke. I’m sure people get used to living in the tropics here, but I definitely miss the change and excitement of the Seasons.  It’s just felt like one really, really long summer here. If you have any health issues that heat and humidity will agitate more, I would avoid living here at all costs.  Again, just my two cents.

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The Reality of Living Near the Fantasy…Part Eight

The Cost of Living.

I think the scariest thing when you first graduate High School and College is getting your first place. My first place I got a roommate in which I think I kicked in $200 for my share of the rent in an upper apartment, affordable right? Craig and I marry and we rent our first place which was around $350 for a 2 bedroom lower floor apartment.  As time grew, as well as our family, we would bounce to duplexes and then land on buying our first home. One income, one baby, and we were able to afford out first 3 bedroom home for around $80,000 which came to be like a $750 house payment including our taxes.  THAT is Wisconsin prices for you… allowing many to have the dream of having a home at all.

Now as the years have piled up, we sold, we rented again and have just kept renting because we enjoy changing it up. When we headed to Florida in 2011, our first home rental was for $1175 which was 3 bedrooms with a pool and fairly decent yard- no utilities or lawn/pool care included.  It was affordable for our start here.  We would move to a nicer suburb where our rent jumped another $700 for an additional bedroom and more square footage.  The extra space was great, but with more space, comes more too cool.  Our electric bill was ungodly during the summer months- we found ourselves with more rent, electric bills that were out of control, and a water bill that we had to make peace with since we now ran a hot tub that came with our pool. Yes, we barely run the heat here, but it does happen on occasion.  Even with budget billing, we were on the high end. It’s stuff you don’t really think about until you get the bill.

Just some numbers….the cost of living in Central Florida is 112% of the National average, cost of housing is 122%, cost of transportation is 128% and utilities is 102%.  (According to

I honestly don’t know how the younger ones can afford a life here. I know for a fact that my kids can’t afford to live on their own, and even if they did together, they would probably need at least 2 more roommates.  There aren’t a huge amount of apartments here that are in the affordable range- the oldest ones are usually taken or in a really rough area, which means you are left with the brand news ones being built. Brand new 2 bedroom apartments out by me will cost you $1500 and higher.  People are flocking to live here, so they don’t need to keep the prices cheap.

Several of my kid’s friends have two or more jobs to just afford their bills. Can you imagine? To live in this area filled with non-stop fun and action just to work yourself to the bone and be teased by things you can never do?   Jobs don’t pay high here, the median income in most areas is around $40,000 for each household.  So keep that in mind if you want to come here, then find work, then a home, and so on and still be able to afford the extras of park passes and merchandise, festivals and fairs, concerts, gas to get too all the fun stuff, and so on. It CAN be done, it’s just not cheap.

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Getting Perspective is Golden

We were blessed to be able to travel back home to our great State of WI last week to visit family on both sides for Thanksgiving. Before we had left, we talked about how much we missed them and what would it be like if we ever wanted to return some day.   Then we opened the car door in Indiana and nearly screamed at the cold that hit our bodies…

Perspective is a beautiful thing and something that I have found with such clarity over the past couple of weeks that it almost scares me how happy I am.  What was different? Well, I was staying offline. I love connecting with my friends and family via Facebook and such, but after awhile I miss the real connections of people in front of me and so I chose to take a break and reach out to others here in town.   I love a good phone call with someone, so I have been following up with old friendships to check in and stay connected with them.   Making time for others, and letting them know you want to spend time with them, is precious when we never know the hours or seconds we have left on this Earth.

I found a Church that I absolutely LOVE and got plugged into their Christmas program “The Singing Christmas Trees” which starts tonight!  Being among others of all ages, backgrounds, and them not having a clue of who I was or the blog was and is refreshing.  I am proud of the blog, but it is nice to just be Amy the second soprano in Choir and not of The Relocated Tourist.  Plus there has been ZERO drama, none! How refreshing for my soul, and my sanity, to go to Church, get hugs from all of my new friends, and know that we are all of one belief and of one faith. We are all there for the same purpose, to witness to those who may not know Christ, and the utter joy and peace that brings to my heart is something I wish EVERYONE to experience in their lifetime.

I want my life to mean something, I want to have touched someone’s life in a way that no one else could.  I am proud that the blog has inspired people and helped them to achieve their dreams, but I am going for something bigger now. I haven’t figured out what yet, but I have some ideas in mind.  Being in Church and involved in something that is going to touch so many lives in the up and coming days puts me in a category of wanting nothing but the best for myself and my loved ones.  I am so “over” caring about what others think of me because in the end, you don’t matter.  When I stand before Christ himself, it will matter what HE thinks of me and no one else.  Maybe it’s the peace and happiness I have been feeling lately, but that’s exactly how I feel.  I love my blog, and I love writing.  If you don’t like what I write or how I write it or when I wrote it, then don’t read it.  I have learned life is WAAAAAAAY to short to care if someone likes you or not.  I didn’t get into writing to compete with others, nor did I do it for a popularity contest- and sadly that’s what online has become. I did it to share stories of how OUR relocation went and how you could avoid or do the same things we did to help you when it came to be your turn.

I’m going to continue to write, and I am going to continue to enjoy the dream of living in Florida. After being in colder areas last week, I had started to take the warm weather for granted, yeah, not so much anymore.  I couldn’t wait to get back into my shorts, sandals, and go to the store without seven layers on again.   It was a beautiful time spent with family that was seriously one of the best weeks I have had in awhile, but it also made me appreciate the dream even more here.  I know they are there and they aren’t going anywhere anytime soon…and that they are always there for me.  But I have come to grips with reality that they aren’t here, and because of that, Florida will never truly ever be complete for any of us.  I don’t know if we will ever move back or not, but while I am here, I will enjoy everything Florida has to offer.   I look forward to being a published Author and a Half-Marathon Finisher next year, and that’s just the beginning.  Something has changed in me that I can’t even begin to explain but to say what bothered me before can’t even touch me anymore.  Don’t worry, I still love my Disney, and I will still go to the Parks…but that “have to” is long gone. I will go when I feel like it, I will go when I want too, and I will explore more of FL and LIVE the life that I have been blessed with.

My head is clear, I am on fire, and I’m truly happy…. and THAT is the power of Christ in me.

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My First Disney 5K Experience

We are not guaranteed tomorrow….so why do we wait to do things that we can do now?  It was that thought process I had going into signing up for my first 5K.  I had friends who ran, even family, and I always wondered why they liked it so much.  What if? What if I just went for it and tried? What was I so scared of?  This is my running story.

I don’t care if you can run a mile or 26.2, a mile is a mile and it is HARD WORK.  I had ran over 20 years ago and I thought I would never really get into it again.  Time, kids, weight gain, and age played on my mind that I just wasn’t good enough to try.  Not even do it, but try.  In my head a runner was slim person who lived and breathed it, that just wasn’t me.  Not now anyways.   But then things changed in my life and I began to look at things as opportunities instead of mental road blocks..and that’s when I signed up online for “Mickey’s Jingle Jungle” 5K.

You sign up for it months in advance, and I’m not sure if this one sold out or not, but it seems the bigger the race, the faster they sell out (for runDisney anyways).   I made an account on who then sends you helpful emails along with information for the race day and event.   You see, I am a runDisney virgin.  Yes, I said it.  And when you don’t have a CLUE on how it all works, it can be VERY intimidating on how to handle it all.  So my best resource for my first race was my friends.  They had run several of them already, so it was so nice to ask them questions and have them literally walk me through the motions.run1

Race weekend was here for the Wine and Dine, and you can pick up your race packet at the ESPN Club.  Ok, I know you are all going to laugh, but I had never been inside there before. It is VERY cool!!  Wendy, Shelley, Eric, and I with Shelley’s Mom along for the ride, picked up our bib in one building and then picked up our bag of goodies in the other.  I was STOKED!! Holding that number in my hand for the first time, I won’t lie, I got a bit teary eyed.  It represented something I was about to do that I never thought I would even attempt again.  It. Was. Magical.run3

And the Expo? Were you all aware of the running merchandise out there? My God there was everything and anything for running- who knew?  Headbands (which I fell in LOVE with), shoes, shirts, medal  holders, stickers, tape, and some kind of stick to roll all over your body to work out the kinks I guess.  For this first timer, it was not only super cool, but also very inspiring to see everyone else so excited for what was to come. I bought a couple of stickers and a Minnie Mouse headband – the reason I bought that one was because it is like the Minnie shirt I have that is also shown on our logo, so I thought it fit well.run2

I headed to bed, and no sooner than my head hit the pillow, the alarm was going off at 4:30 and it was time to start my groundbreaking day.   Don’t take life’s moments for granted, you never know how many you are going to get.   I was full of pep and my awesome hubby had me in the car and on our way to Animal Kingdom.   We were in the parking lot after 5 a.m. and got a parking spot with no problem.  They had photo opps with Mickey and Minnie, along with other backdrops with the race signs.  There isn’t much to do before the race starts, so we got in line for Mickey and Minnie while waiting for Wendy and Eric to arrive.

When I got up to Mickey I told him I was nervous that it was my first and he hugged me over and over again, it was a nice boost to my nerves.  With the picture checked off, Craig and I watched the DJ for awhile until our friends arrived.  I was super happy to see Wendy and Eric because they were also running it and it’s always nice to know someone else doing it.   We danced to “Call Me Maybe”, I kissed Craig for good luck, and we were soon in our Coral.  Because I am a newbie, I was in the last one. run7

Because I have AWESOME friends who love me, they started in my Coral with me, even though they were meant to be in the first one.  It was nice to start it off with them, especially since it was my first one.   I stood there with our Coral ready to leave, and I a wave of emotions came over me.  I was so psyched to start, so nervous to fail, and scared to let myself and Craig down.    Wendy grabbed my hand when  the start went off, and we were moving!  Well, we were walking….slow.  See when there are SOOOO many people in one area, and you are walking on an “itty bitty walking space” it is nearly impossible to run. Maybe if you had a jet pack could you possibly FLY faster over the crowd, but that would have been the only way to get anywhere at the starting stages.  It would take awhile before the running began, but it did, and I was ALIVE.run8 run9 run10

I ran into Disney’s Animal Kingdom, a place I had casually walked into so many times, and held my head up proudly as I pounded the pavement.  I ran up the hill, then down towards the Tree of Life.  Into Africa, and I would walk on occasion to catch my breath and not push it.  For most the 5K is just a casual thing, but people forget that MANY work TOWARDS doing a 5K as THE pinnacle of their racing career.  With that said, it felt that many who took it casually didn’t want to move over for those who really did want to run it.  I was told to stay on the right if I was going to walk, which I did. But MANY walked in groups that extended across, so it was near impossible to pass.  Possibly a running lane may be needed for such races, because I did want to run and others made it harder to do so.run12 run13 run14

Mile 1, Mile 2, I was doing it.  I was not only running, but I wasn’t killing myself doing so. My knees felt great, my red running shoes looked and felt fabulous, and my spirit was intact.  There were Character Meet and Greets along the way, but no one I couldn’t meet any other Park day. I feared stopping may stop my momentum, and even though time wasn’t an issue for me, I wanted to go for all I could.  I did make one stop, the gator with the santa hat was too good to pass up.  I had no clue how to sit on the darn thing, so I apologize of how silly it looks.  As I was running around one corner, Eric and Wendy caught up to me at one point and started screaming “GO AMY!!” – it was so sweet!!run15 run16 run17

We hit mile 3 and the Cast Members were cheering that we were almost at the finish line…OH MY GOD it was going to be my first Finish Line.  There was NOTHING on this Earth that was going to stop me from  finishing strong and hard…and I went for it.  I ran, and I wore the biggest smile on my face ever.  The tears were welling up, I was doing it. I was actually doing it… and there was the line.  All I had to do was cross it and I had done it.  I crossed it and nearly ran over a small child…to me it was humorous because it was just the kind of finish I would have.run18 run19 run20 run22

I had done it… and even though it was just a 5K, it was something that I had done and succeeded at it.  I got my first medal, and then I saw Craig, and I ran up to him, crying my eyes out.  Sometimes you can get in your head that you aren’t good enough, that those around you make you feel small and unimportant..and then the only one that matters is there with open arms and there is NOTHING like it on this planet.  To the love of my life, thank you for always being my biggest supporter…you will never know what you mean to me.

So that’s my story…I did it. Wendy and Eric found me after and I was so proud to be with other runners who have done this way more than I ever had. I felt like I was part of the club now, and it felt awesome.  Next is the Half-Marathon in February, the Princess where I signed up under Rapunzel. Only fitting for a blonde girl who had a dream to live in Florida, and now run, and has made them both come true.  Yep….I finally saw the light…and it’s been beautiful.

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“The Package Tour” at the Amway Center in Orlando

It would be my 12th Birthday, and my Mom and Dad bought me the “New Kids on the Block” cassette. I will never forget putting it in my walkman, riding in the car, headphones on, and drooling over “Please Don’t Go Girl.”   Looking out the window, dreaming of Joey, and thinking this was the best group on the planet.  It’s funny how music can take you right back in a moment that you may have long forgotten.  Fast forward a couple of years and I found “Boyz 2 Men” where I would listen to “Motown Philly” every day before heading off to High School- it had such a fun beat and always got me up and ready to face the day. If you had told me at 12, at 14, that when I  was 38 I would be seeing them in Concert, WHILE LIVING IN ORLANDO… I would have told you were certifiable.  Like so many dreams coming true for me since moving here, this was a big one- enjoy!NKOTB

When the tickets when on sale, I called my Disney sister, Shelley, and said “WE HAVE GOT TO DO THIS!!” So the idea was born, and we were so happy that Marisol was also able to come and  also celebrate my Birthday for the evening.  With only a few snafus with the GPS, we were able to get to the Amway Center safely, and parked in the GEICO attached parking garage.  I would HIGHLY recommend this as we were able to pre-pay the $20 parking fee from home, and like I said, it was attached. This is a HUGE factor when the FL weather changes constantly- being able to walk from the car, to the bridge, and then be inside the Amway Center without needing an umbrella was a God send for us (it had been storming pretty good later afternoon).  We were also fortunate enough to get right to the car with no problem and out of the garage without getting held up for hours on end.NK2

We were SO ready for this- we were like 13 year old fan girls again.  Security was no problem, just a simple bag check, and they were ok with us bringing our phones in.  Since the merch stand was right there when we walked in, we decided to grab our stuff before it got busy.  I was a bit sticker shocked by the t-shirt prices- $45 for just a Tour shirt, and $75 for a Jersey.  Shelley got a tote bag, and I bought a tour shirt.  I LOVED that they had the dates on the back, and that Milwaukee, WI was also listed next for July, which coincidentally is where I used to see Concerts AND where a good pal is going to see them too.NK3

We had planned to eat downtown Orlando, but with the cruddy weather, we decided to find what Amway had to offer meal wise.  We all agreed that the quality of the food was excellent- chicken tenders and fries were delicious. BUT, the prices made Disney look like a steal. Sodas were $5 each and the meals ran around $10. I will say the Employees were extremely nice to us, and it came hot and fast.  We did have difficulty in finding seating to actually relax and eat- eventually something opened up and we were able to chill before the show.NK6

Our seats were located in a great spot for everything- row 20 in the section on stage left.  They had 2 stages set up- one was on our immediate right, and the other was in the center of the arena.  I don’t think there was a bad seat in the house, although those seat that were super high up had to rely on the large screens showing the guys. NK5

Boys 2 Men opened the show and they were ELECTRIC! I would say they put on a VERY good show, and kicked off the night perfectly!  The energy was high, people were pumped, and every song they did jelled with the next.  They kept my interest, and that’ what I LOVED about them- I have been to enough Concerts where there sometimes is the odd lull that doesn’t seem to make sense with the song sequence- this wasn’t one of those times.  Where we were sitting we could see them getting ready to come on stage, and that was super exciting with each group.  The Concert started at 7:30 p.m. and I believe they sang about half an hour.

Next came 98 Degrees…which I was excited for because I was HOPING they would sing “True to your Heart” since we were in Orlando AND near Disney turf, but it was a no go.  They did sing several ballads, but I did notice the crowd didn’t seem very into it.  They were all very pretty to look at it, but there wasn’t that excitement and “flow” that the Boyz brought before them.  I’m happy I got to see them now, but I wouldn’t pay to see them headlining by themselves.

After their set, from 8:30-9:00 p.m. was a 20-30 minute intermission to run to the bathroom, grab drinks, etc… It flew by and before we knew it,  “New Kids” were walking on stage and I was screaming alongside Shelley and Marisol.  There he was…the object of all my affections in my teen years…Joey McIntyre.  He was beautiful, he was real, and I was over the moon in love at the sight of me only feet from where I stood.

New Kids sang for TWO straight hours- they had several costume changes,  two stages, a rotating group stage and their own rising pillar stages, along with walking through the audience at one point where you couldn’t see them anymore.  They sang all of their old songs…and then came “Please Don’t Go Girl” in which Joey got emotional with the crowd cheering for him.  I was smiling, laughing, crying, and singing along.  They had pyrotechnics, confetti several times, and sparks falling down on the end stage at one point.   Donny took his shirt off…and I was pretty sure every girl in the place needed a moment. NK1

They did sing some songs that were from other bands and singers, including “It’s getting hot in here.”  There were kids in the audience, to each his own, but this Concert had a small layer that I would say was definitely PG-13.

All in all, I felt Amway did an excellent job hosting the event, and that the “Package Tour” was well worth the money and the wait.  New Kids brought out Boyz 2 Men at the end, which was super sweet, but they never did it with 98 Degrees- maybe they possibly aren’t as buddy as buddy as we hope they are? It just seemed off that they would make such a deal about the Boyz, but not the other group.  If anyone knows WHY they didn’t, please leave a comment.

If you are going to see this, you will have a GREAT time! It was so much fun, and I would see them again in a heartbeat.  A HUGE thank you to Shelley and Marisol for making my Birthday so special and for enjoying all the goodness that the Boy Bands brought us that night.  Until next time… I’ll be “Hangin Tough.”

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Miniland…Washington D.C.

Below you will see pictures taken at our recent visit to Legoland, Florida. This is “Miniland” and this is the “Washington D.C.” section- enjoy! **All pictures are property of “The Relocated Tourist.”rsz_275 rsz_237 rsz_238 rsz_239 rsz_240 rsz_260

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