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The Isle of the Lost – Book Review

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May 8, 2015
IsleoftheLostCover

Hi my friends!!! I hope everyone is enjoying the warmer spring weather! A couple weeks ago, Stuart and myself were asked if we would review a book for WDW FanZone that is a prequel for an upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie! I was excited to find out that it was for “The Descendants”, which...
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I’ve Already Been To all 5 Disney’s Theme Parks! What Should I do? “I’m going to Disneyland Shanghai!”

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May 5, 2015
2009-10-19 Disneyland Ca

I got the traveling bug when I was in my early 20’s and I have been to many exciting places over the years. My crowning achievement is the fact that I’ve been to every existing Disney theme park; all 5 of them. I’ve also been to many places in North America, Asia, Australia, Western...
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Supercalifragelistic Side Dishes

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May 1, 2015
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Side dishes. Without them, a meal isn’t complete, but no one ever talks about them.  Who wants only steak?  It’s just a big slab-o-meat until you add potatoes, and then it becomes a meal.  A meal without a side dish is like Mulan without Mushu, Aladdin sans Abu, or Ariel minus Flounder.  Sometimes, the...
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Behind the Seeds

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April 29, 2015
A not so hidden Mickey, but one I had never seen before taking this tour!

After many years of waiting and wanting; longing really, I finally managed to go on the Behind the Seeds tour at Epcot’s The Land pavilion. If you’ve ever ridden the Living with the Land boat tour in the pavilion, you might have caught a glimpse of one of the tour groups. These days I...
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Netflix proves Justice is Blind

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April 27, 2015
Daredevil Covers

It is said that justice is blind. On April 10th, Marvel and Netflix put that to the test with the release of the Daredevil TV series. The series spans 13 episodes, I want to take a brief look at the series as a whole although I must warn you that means there might be...
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Preposterous Peanut Problems

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April 17, 2015
friedchicken

After church a couple of weeks ago, someone gave our daughter a piece of candy.  It was a miniature peanut butter cup.  Typically, our daughter avoids peanut butter; she just doesn’t like it.  But this particular Sunday was Easter.  Candy flowed from the children’s classrooms like water from Splash Mountain.  My husband opened it...
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The Joy and Pain of Last Minute WDW Travel

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April 14, 2015
The Joy and Pain of Last Minute WDW Travel

Much to my family’s annoyance, I have been moping about since my last Walt Disney World visit in early December because it didn’t look like I would get back to my favorite place on Earth before my annual pass ran out at the end of April. After significant pouting and not-so-subtle hinting, my husband...
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Mixology on the Disney Dream

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March 30, 2015
Mixology on the Disney Dream

While on the Disney Dream in January, several of my friends and I participated in our own Mixology Class arranged by our good friend James. This seminar is offered onboard on most days, but if you have a large group it may be possible to arrange your own private class. For a $20 class...
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2015 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival

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March 29, 2015
2015 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival

Although I never need a reason to visit Walt Disney World, I was very excited that my last trip was planned around the 2015 Flower and Garden Festival. All of the women from my group of cruise friends (thank you Disney!) decided to have a girls only trip to experience the festival this year....
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The Wilderness Must Be Explored!!

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March 24, 2015
The Wilderness Must Be Explored!!

Hello my friends! I hope you all are doing good! It’s finally SPRINGTIME!! We all survived winter! Well, mostly survived! We have one last blast of cold and snow here in Chicago this week, then it will begin to warm up again and hopefully stay on the warmer side! I wanted to share with...
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