You know those people who have a baby and then talk about it in tones so reverent it's like they think they're the only people who have ever become parents in the history of the world? That's how I feel about this thing I made.
What's up in the world of Disney today? Moms Panel recruiting (dads and barren women also welcome) The Disney Parks Moms Panel (pretty sure there should be an apostrophe in there somewhere) is recruiting and it's a highly competitive process that includes a marathon spelling bee and beating the other mom hopefuls to a gooey … Continue reading News to You and You and You and You!
Toy Story 4 has a release date! It's over a year from now, but hey it gives us all a reason to live in these tough, tough times. It will be in theaters on June 21, 2019. I'm looking forward to seeing the gang back together again and my inevitable ugly cry at the end … Continue reading Oh wait! I CAN have nice things!
Did you see this tease on Friday's WDW blog about something amazing coming to Pandora? It had a video of this guy clomping around Pandora in this Transformer suit and I immediately thought, "OMG WE'RE ALL GOING TO GET TO DO THIS!" But, as the story of my life dictates, disappointment soon followed when today's … Continue reading I Can’t Have Nice Things
A coconut rice panda from the International Festival of the Arts at Epcot this year. It was also the most delicious face I've ever eaten. I kind of felt bad eating it, actually. But I got over it. This was Epcot's second Festival of the Arts - it debuted in 2017 and was expanded this … Continue reading The Cutest Face I’ve Ever Eaten
I love all the animals at WDW. I love the ones in Animal Kingdom, I love the ones at AKL, I love the basic Florida birds that provide "clean up" in the parks, and I especially love those little green lizards that are everywhere when the weather is warm enough. One of the best moments … Continue reading You Animals!
Everything looked creepy in the 1970s, including Walt Disney World. Here's a video from YouTube of a special TV show celebrating the opening of WDW in 1971. If you are a Glen Campbell fan, you'll especially love this (that's him in the blur below). Other highlights include Julie Andrews singing and dancing her way through … Continue reading Disney Creep