A Twinkle of Holiday Magic

We'll be at Disney World during the holidays and were keeping all our fingers and toes crossed that Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party and EPCOT's Candlelight Processional might happen. Unfortunately, these events are taking a hiatus, but Disney World plans to infuse a twinkle of holiday magic throughout the parks and resorts to make visits… Continue reading A Twinkle of Holiday Magic

Foodie Guide to 2020 Fall Treats at Walt Disney World Resort

Beginning September 8, yummy fall eats and treats are back at the Walt Disney World Resort. Brace yourself for copious amounts of pumpkin spice everything in all four parks! Here's what on tap, and where you can find them. Magic Kingdom Mickey Cinnamon Roll (Available at Main Street Bakery) – Mickey-shaped cinnamon roll drizzled with orange and white… Continue reading Foodie Guide to 2020 Fall Treats at Walt Disney World Resort

Fall Excitement at Magic Kingdom Park

Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party may be cancelled, but Magic Kingdom Park is bringing the magic for fall! From September 15 - October 31, guests will be fully immersed in all things fall when visiting the park. Halloween Surprises: Special Halloween-themed cavalcade with Mickey, Minnie, Pluto and pals wearing their favorite Halloween costumesSee Chip… Continue reading Fall Excitement at Magic Kingdom Park

Complete Guide to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

Every time I sat down to write this post, I had serious computer issues. Including today when I lost all my data... twice! Nevertheless, as we approach Halloween in a few weeks, I believe it will still be an entertaining read. We were at Disney at the end of August and attended the Mickey's Not… Continue reading Complete Guide to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Last Saturday, Stinky and I had the pleasure of visiting Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge in Disney's Hollywood Studios on opening weekend. It was the most epic Mommy/Son date ever!!! Nestled in a secluded area, Disney created a galaxy far, far away with new, immersive experiences. While there, travelers sincerely feel like they've been transported to… Continue reading Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Five Takeaways from a Disney Cruise

The Disney Dream docked in Castaway Cay Today I want to share a few things with you after cruising with Disney. They are insights from an agent and vacationer point of view. The attention to detail is nothing less than stellar. From the shortest boarding times I’ve ever seen to exquisite decor and excellent customer… Continue reading Five Takeaways from a Disney Cruise

Disney Dream – Nassau & Pirate Night – Saturday

On the second day of our cruise - Saturday - we practically had to crowbar the kids out of bed. I booked early reservations for the Frozen and Princess Gatherings so that we could spend most of the day with Grammy and Grandpa in Nassau. After a very early breakfast buffet at Cabanas, we headed… Continue reading Disney Dream – Nassau & Pirate Night – Saturday

Disney Dream – Thursday and Friday

The funnel of the Disney Dream We're back from our three-night cruise on the Disney Dream and it was nothing short of spectacular! Here, I wrote about this being a Spring Break / Stinky's 11th surprise birthday celebration rolled into one. Was it a surprise? Yes! Was it the best surprise ever? Also, yes! The… Continue reading Disney Dream – Thursday and Friday

A Visit to the State Capitol and a No-sew Disney Cruise Line T-shirts

Grand dual staircases built by Horace King (a freed slave) in the Alabama State Capitol Earlier this month, the DH and I helped chaperone Blinky's field trip to the Alabama State Capitol and State Archives. What fun! She enjoyed seeing everything she'd been learning about in her history class and eagerly answered the docent's questions.… Continue reading A Visit to the State Capitol and a No-sew Disney Cruise Line T-shirts