Posts Tagged ‘disney world’

The People, or at least @DarlaF, basically demanded it.

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

I used to update my blog regularly so that my mom wouldn’t freak out over whether I was dead or depressed or something. But now she just calls me most of the time if she’s worried about me and she’s pretty much too busy to read my blog now anyway.  And if your mom is […]


So you only have to say ‘I’m so glad you had fun’ once.

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

This year was a 180 degree difference from last year. It was a full weekend instead of one night. It was three theme parks instead of one. It was happiness and laughter and relaxation and pure, unadulterated joy – instead of… well… something else entirely. It was magic. Corny, cheesy, commercialized to perfection magic. I […]


On seeking redemption

Friday, December 12th, 2008

Our first encounter with Disney World was a disaster. It was a year ago. Devin’s birthday. He was turning eight in a new place, and I was swirling in the darkest depths of my depression. Instead of enjoying A Very Mickey Christmas, we were snapping at one another and trying to figure out why in […]


It’s Not Easy Being Mickey

Thursday, December 20th, 2007

Someone please explain to me the mystery that is a two year old.** (**this is a rhetorical statement) Last Friday we went to Disney World for my son’s 8th birthday. Of course, we all went – including the two year old. Emma was the most excited about the upcoming run in with “Mittee Mouse”. Every […]