I just wanted to come by and say sorry for the lack of post and I will get to all the Giveaways and posting soon. Next week is my last week of school at my job at the middle school and since I am going back to L.A. I want to spend as much time with my students and co-workers at possible. Not to mention we have a lot of crazy stuff going on Talent shows and Theme Park trips. I promise I didn’t forget about you. I just need to spend my last few days with the amazing people of my work.
1. Favorite Disney character? 2. Favorite Disney movie? 3. Favorite Disney memory? 4. Favorite Disney park? 5. If you could have any Disney merchandise you wanted, what would it be? 6. What ride or attraction would you have installed in your backyard? 7. Favorite…
My magical memory about the Mansion (for the hair bow giveaway) was from I went to Disney a few years ago...I rode the Haunted Mansion several times, and every single time we went on it, it broke down right when we were in the middle of the graveyard. It was cool though because each time it stopped, we noticed new ghosts or details that we hadn't before. The best was when we got stuck right in front of the busts...we were singing along with them by the time the ride started back up!
My magical memory of Minnie Mouse is visiting her house in Toontown when I was little--then the first time I came back when I was older everything was exactly as I remembered it, down to the holographic cookies! I was so amazed that I had retained so much information from a trip I took as a 2 year old! This is for the Clip On Minnie Ears by the Littlest Fairy
Although I know that it's so rare that it'll ever happen, my dream Disneyland date would start early in the morning, starting at Fantasyland, hitting up the cute romantic-y rides, like Snow White. We'd visit the wishing well and toss coins in and eventually head over to CA Adventures. There we'd spend most of the time at Paradise Pier, acting as if we were at an actual pier. The day would end with the perfect kiss during World of Color! This is for the Disneyland Map Wallet giveaway!
wonderful I know this will happen for you someday!
Peter got down to his level and they talked for a good long time about pirates, flying, mermaids, and how he could be one of Peters lost boys. the mom had tears in her eyes, and the little boy gave Peter a huge hug, gave me a huge hug, and left the resort that day with a whole bunch of the photos I took of their encounter. that was my favorite Peter Pan moment. :)
Yes I picked all 3 but if I don’t hear from them in about a week then I pick another one.
In 2010, my cousins from Texas came to visit California and of course, we just HAD to take them to Disneyland! My entire family and I boarded the Haunted Mansion and one of my cousins, Michaela, was already pretty jumpy because she didn't know what to expect. My dad, however, was taking planning on taking pictures but he forgot to turn off the flash. Y'know how we all hate those. No one hated it as much as Michaela though, because her face in the picture looked absolutely horrified LOL
the first time i went to disneyland (recently) was with my long distance boyfirned we had been together for a year and it was our first official date and the first thing he did was take me on the haunted mansion because he know how much id love it (contest to win the bow)
Recently, I've found myself feeling more and more like Hercules. I worked so hard throughout my schooling, and for a while I felt like my hard work was for nothing. But now I've finally graduated with a degree in Theatre Arts and I believe I really can "go the distance" and "find where I belong".(For the bow giveaway!)
Here is my magical story about the Haunted Mansion (for the Haunted Mansion bows giveaway)! The Haunted Mansion has always been one of my favorite Disneyland rides because I love the attention to detail and how the theme is carried out so well in every inch of the ride. Everything from the wallpaper to the floors is just perfect. There is always something new to look at and find every time I ride it, so it never gets boring. It's a must-ride whenever I'm at Disneyland!
The Disney attraction piece I would want in my house is the hula dancer from the Australia room in It's a Small World. Almost every time my mom and I go on that ride, the one in the middle is broken and shakes way, way faster than the other hula dancers. We laugh and mimic the moves every time, broken or not! (for the Firefly Necklace giveaway!)
For the contest: (you'll have to forgive any inaccuracies, I my last trip to Disneyland was about 8 or so years ago...buut) I would love a bracelet or necklace with the lanterns from Liberty Square! I want a carousel music box of the one in fantasyland. I just want to live in Disney. Is that an ok answer? lol
I was at the halloween party at Disney World last year and there was a group of six men and women dressed as princesses/princes. I overheard one of the guys telling a cast member that the Cinderella dress cost $600 to make. It looked as high quality as the Cinderella face character's costume. They all looked so accurate as well, right down to the wigs etc. None of the CMs seemed to have a problem with them, and they were there until closing. I can see why they wouldn't want it happening though.
Yeah they’ve made it only for the Halloween party but only for that.
I've seen many adults at Disneyland dressed up. Another time adults dress up is halloween time. But yeah, adults dress up at Disneyland too.
Well you can sneak it into the park in a backpack and Change, but if they see it as a problem (like confusing little kids and such) then they kick you out….so if you want to take those chances.
When I went to the Park for Halloween back when they didn’t really do much I went as Tinkerbell but not a look alike of Tinkerbell, I had makeup and some wings, and well its started to rain so Jeans and a Tinkerbell shirt. They let me go around the park, and my friend as a cat. but I ran into a girl later in line at Peter Pan who was sad and said they took her wings and costume away because she was Tinkerbell and they wouldn’t let her wear it.
They don’t want to ruin the magic being like “Oh adults wear costumes…..Oh so Tinkerbell I just met she must of just been in a costume to” you know it could kinda ruin things for kids.