Posts Tagged ‘ Disney ’

March ’15 My Favorite Disney Breakfast Now At Home

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March 2, 2015
March ’15 My Favorite Disney Breakfast Now At Home

Hello all, I hope you are staying warm and spring is in the air where you are.  My family and friends all know that I love to eat Mickey Waffles when I am visiting Disney World for my breakfast. I have found these delicious waffles over the years on our vacations at the following...
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My Interview With Artist Joel Christopher Payne, Part II

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February 16, 2015
My Interview With Artist Joel Christopher Payne, Part II

Hello everyone, this is part 2 of my amazing opportunity to interview artist Joel Christopher Payne. I hope you enjoyed this glimpse at how he became a an artist and his love for Disney.   What are your thoughts on being featured in Galleries in Disney? He loves the idea, he is showcased in...
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Frozen in Chicago…Disney On Ice “Frozen”

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February 11, 2015
Frozen in Chicago…Disney On Ice “Frozen”

Brr my friends! I mean…hello my friends!! I hope everyone is doing good and keeping warm during this latest cold blast of Elsa’s snow and ice! About a week ago, myself – along with Princess Kayla and my Mom, attended the newest Disney On Ice show – Frozen! I wanted to share some of...
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Being a Part of the Magic as a runDisney VoluntEAR

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February 9, 2015
Being a Part of the Magic as a runDisney VoluntEAR

One of the things that sets a runDisney race apart from other races are the volunteers. It was the thing that impressed my sister and I the most when we first started in our runDisney “careers” and we vowed that someday we would take to the sidelines and volunteer ourselves. A few weeks ago,...
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And She Looks Just Like Me

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February 6, 2015
Meeting Princess Tiana

I have been a Disney fan my entire life.  Long before visiting the parks, each movie and show I watched on television or at the movie theaters told stories that influenced every part of my life.  From Mufasa bellowing, “Remember who you are,” to Hercules striving to “Go the Distance,” these movies taught me...
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Is My Condo in Orlando Becoming a Disney Resort Destination?

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February 5, 2015
Is My Condo in Orlando Becoming a Disney Resort Destination?

Orlando is the 77th largest city in the United States and is nicknamed, “The City Beautiful” for many reasons, but it will always be the “Theme Park Capital of the World” to me. Downtown Orlando is in it’s prime! There’s the new Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center, the Amway Center, the Citrus Bowl and...
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Make A New Food Discovery At Sanaa

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February 4, 2015
Make A New Food Discovery At Sanaa

Tucked away like a hidden jewel, Sanaa Restaurant, located on the ground floor of Animal Kingdom Lodge’s Kidani Village provides a change in dining culture, especially when one considers Walt Disney World food. For me, decided to dine at Sanaa brought me out of my comfort zone because, I admit, I’m not a very...
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My Interview With Artist Joel Christopher Payne, Part I

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February 2, 2015
My Interview With Artist Joel Christopher Payne, Part I

Hello everyone, I had the wonderful opportunity to interview artist Joel Christopher Payne. I hope you enjoy this glimpse at how he became an artist and his love for Disney. How old were you when you decided to become an artist? 5 years old, on the Pirates of Caribbean ride with his mom. Disney...
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Winter in Summer Land

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January 31, 2015
disneys-wilderness-lodge

Another blizzard this week? That’s the third one this month!   I wish I could just get away from this weather!  Visiting Walt Disney World is always great, but nothing cures the Winter Blues like a trip during the winter months! Mixing winter and summer is a perfect getaway. I live in the Northeast and...
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Living At Disney – Part 2

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January 29, 2015
Living At Disney – Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of Living at Disney. We  have now been here on property for a week or so staying at Disney’s Saratoga Springs resort. As I mentioned in Part 1, we are staying in a one bedroom this year as opposed to the studio we had last year. So, for this post...
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