Are YOU excited? I am!
Are YOU excited? I am!
Are YOU excited? I am!
Are you excited for Halloween time at Disney?
Some awesome Halloween themed items are now available for purchase in the Disney Parks and online at disneystore.com
Since I can’t wait for fall, this stuff came at the perfect time for me, and that trick or treat tapestry is right up my alley!
Check out the Disney Parks Blog article about the inspiration behind these fun and spooky items!
Just think, only 10 days until September, which is the start of fall in my book! I’m excited to decorate my house for Halloween and I hope to have some of these items to add to my collection. What about you, which one is your fave?
Love Winnie the Pooh! Do you?
This may be the purest and most innocent of all the Disney films. I dare you to watch this and not enjoy it.
This is basically a remake of the other Pooh film, even though it’s a sequel. The storyline that they follow, you’ll see, is almost exact. It’s more coherent as a plot, so there are differences, but you’ll see a lot of the general situations are exactly the same (some are more fleshed out, some less, but it’s all very similar). And that’s totally fine, because this film is magical.
I am, will will remain, a staunch defender of this film. It is so simple and beautiful. I refuse to believe any child under 6 will not enjoy this. It’s amazing.
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Your thoughts? Have you played? Collect?
I wanted to share some photos of the home game portion included in the booster packs. Here you’ll find all four gameboards, rules, spell card checklist, key card & game tokens. I have yet to soak in all the knowledge that is the home game. So for now you’ll simply have to enjoy the photos! We’ll be back Monday with a recap of today’s events and a more in depth look at the booster packs and home game!
UPDATE: Here’s one more pic : )
Do YOU like Captain EO? Have you seen it at Disneyland?
Captain EO is an incredibly geeky and wonderfully campy space-aged 3D musical. It stars Michael Jackson and Angelica Huston, is directed by Francis Ford Coppola and is produced by George Lucas. It originally ran in the Disney parks from the mid 80’s to the late 90’s and in 2010 it reopened at both Disneyland (Anaheim, Paris & Tokyo) and Disney World to commemorate Michael Jackson’s death.
I remember seeing Captain EO at least twice in my kinder years, and I also remember being scared crapless. Angelica Houston plays a really creepy cyborg alien witch thingy , also known as “The Supreme Leader”. There was one point towards the end of the film where her long menacing 3D fingers grasp at your face that absolutely terrified me. The first time I witnessed this I shut my eyes as tight as possible and I plugged my ears with my pudgy little fingers…
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Wine and Dine Half Marathon is coming. Will you be there?
The Wine and Dine Half Marathon at the Walt Disney World resort is still over two months away but info is popping up all over that is ramping up my excitement level. I know I still have this week-end’s Mid-Summer’s Night Race, plus the Army Run and everyone’s favorite 25k Run for the Toad but it is really the Wine and Dine that has captured my imagination and appetite. The Wine and Dine 1/2 marathon is tied to the Food and Wine festival at Epcot and includes a late night after party for runners and their companions. Yesterday, I came across the tapas menu list of the after-party and it is HUGE.
You can find the full list here. However below are some of the notables now on my list:
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We LOVE the Liberty Tree- don’t you?
Liberty Tree Tavern is a one table-service credit restaurant on the Disney Dining Plan, and reservations for this restaurant are recommended. When we last ate at the Liberty Tree Tavern, it was way back on Sophie’s birthday, June 19, 2008, and it was a character dining location. Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Chip & Dale came to meet us, and it was a wonderful setting for a character meal.
Liberty Tree Tavern is no longer a character meal, but I’m betting that the food is as delicious as ever! Themed much like the land that is occupies, Liberty Square, the food is based on what you would find during the Colonial Days, when the United States was in it’s infancy. Here is the dinner menu, the kids menu, and the lunch menu for you to peruse at your leisure.
The dinner menu is served family style, with wonderful dishes, I…
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