The Five Stages of Grief at Legoland

The Five Stages of Grief at Legoland

5. ACCEPTANCE

I accept the fact that even though the day held many horrors, we ended up having a really good time. I also accept the fact that we’ll be back next year... but maybe on a Tuesday. It might not be that crowded on a Tuesday.

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