Lady Ali will be graduating December 14th. Am I proud? Oh yes! I’m so proud I could just burst. She’s only 20 and will have her Bachelor’s Degree already. She also graduated High School early. She’s very self-motivated. During High School she did Dual Enrollment and internet classes. She even took classes over the summer. Oh and did I mention that she works full time while going to college and had to take a semester off due to surgery? Yuppers, that’s my girl!

Now we want to really reward her for her success. What to do? We keep asking her what she wants. She’s not sure. How to celebrate? She doesn’t know. Come on girl, you can get a lot here…so open up.

We’re trying to get hotel rooms using our Disney Vacation Club membership. It’s not that we can’t get a room it’s that my mother and aunt are coming along. With them being up in age and needing assistance we’re trying to find a resort that can accommodate us in two rooms – one using our points and one paying cash.

What to get Lady Ali? That’s the next challenge. Or maybe the third challenge after figuring out how to celebrate this event.

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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