Goodbye, Disney World

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I’ll be doing a post on the places I miss the most from Florida since moving, but Disney World deserves a post of its own!   I was a grateful and proud owner of a WDW annual pass and was able to visit the theme parks regularly – something that isn’t so easy now that … Continue reading

My New Year’s Eve Proposal!

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I wrote this over a month ago and am only just now, in March, realizing that I set it to “draft” instead of “scheduled” — D’OH! 😦  I’ve made it sure it’s scheduled now and if you’re reading this the day it goes up, it SHOULD be Wednesday! Just pretend the following is from awhile ago, … Continue reading

Happy New Year! Welcome to 2015!

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Here it is again – the infamous “New Year’s Resolutions/End of the Year” post! Gym sales team members everywhere are preparing for their big bonuses over the next month as people flock to create better versions of themselves while spouting slogans such as “NEW YEAR, NEW YOU!”   Instead of some huge list of ways … Continue reading

Things I Find on the Internet: Disney Villain Perfume Designs

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I love Disney themed things! Growing up in Florida, Disney World was one of those things that you just kind of lived with. It wasn’t uncommon to see whole sections of the grocery store promoting Mickey’s Spooky Halloween or whatever they have going on at any given time, and Disney movies featured stories and characters … Continue reading

Things I Find on the Internet: Moulin Rouge / Disney Mashup

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Don’t you love when one thing leads to another? I stumbled upon this Buzzfeed post thanks to one of my awesome fellow blogger friends (she’s cool, go check her out!), which led me to this artist’s Tumblr, which is filled with really amazing illustrations and artwork! These are my favorites — It’s a Moulin Rouge inspired … Continue reading

Film Review – Oz: The Great and Powerful

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Although the end is somewhat predictable, as is to be expected in order to achieve some sort of continuity with the childhood favorite, Oscar’s journey to that end point and through the land filled with exotic new creatures and familiar sprawling landscapes is enough to mesmerize not only any children in the audience, but the adults as well.