I have gone a tad overboard with this shampoo!
My medals came! My medals came! My medals came! I just finished my miles, and on Saturday the lovely mailman delivered my medals to my doors, and I absolutely freaked! This was the fastest I’ve EVER received my virtual run medals, and I am thankful that I finished my 9.3 miles before they came because for me I would not have been able to resist hanging them up with my other runDisney medals.
Now, although I have wanted a stretch band and because I did the series I got the Elastagirl one I will not be using it because she is way too incredible to mess up. Would you like me to do a mini haul of EVERYTHING Incredible I purchased/ received for this race? Let me know in the comments below!
Holiday’s in the Parks, is my absolute favorite! I find it super magical and breathtaking and since I haven’t been to Mickey’s Halloween Party in years and there have been so many changes to the party, I had to buy tickets even if it means ditching school for one day. I mean is there really a comparison? Disneyland, Halloween fireworks, decorations, shows, costumes, food, Haunted Mansion Holiday, Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy, and trick or treating vs. school…no comparison what so ever!
October 19 is when I will be attending the party and I have my costume all ready and picked out. The hard part is I want to keep it a secret until 10/19 but we will see how well that goes because I am super stoked about it so I might blow it fingers crossed I don’t! Also, if you are planning on attending the party while I am there please come and say Hi! I will have some mini Oogie Boogie bows and hopefully, some Sanderson Sister inspired bows that I will be handing out. So will you attend Mickey’s Halloween Party?
If you are an AP Holder at the Disneyland Resort, its time to grab those non-AP besties and head to the parks to enjoy all things Pixar. Starting June 11 through September 3 AP Holders can bring a friend and save up to 40% off an adult 1-day park hopper. Tickets purchased will only be valid on day of purchase and only on days that AP’s are valid for admission. If you are a SoCal select and Deluxe Passholder Dinsey will be unblocking select dates in June.
Special Passholder Ticket Prices:
- Value Park Hopper: $89
- Regular Park Hopper: $99
- Peak Park Hopper: $109
Affected Blockout Dates:
- SoCal Select- June 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, and 20, 2018
- SoCal- June 15, 16, 20, 21, and 22, 2018
- Deluxe- June 16, 2018
I know I have planned some fun dates with my friends at the parks this summer! I can’t wait to use my discount for them! Let me know your favorite Pixar besties in the comments!
Starting June 1, 2018, on Friday’s, Saturday’s, and Sunday’s through September 2, 2018, guests can treat themselves and friends to an unforgettable and classic experience to afternoon tea which will feature a delightful and adorable Pixar themed foods held from 12 noon to 3pm. They will have traditional tea service that will feature scones, salads, tea sandwiches, pastries and other sweets themed around Pixar movies like Up, Coco, A Bugs Life, and Toy Story.
- $65 – Premium Tea Party
- $52 – Classic Tea Party
- $35 – Kids Tea PArty
This sounds MAGICAL! I would love to have afternoon tea at the Disneyland Hotel with my friends, I mean come on that so awesome! What are your thoughts about Afternoon Tea? Let me know if you are yay or nay in the comments below!
Disneyland has a new churro, the Pineapple Churro s $5.25 and if you want to add the marshmallow dipping sauce its a dollar more. You can find this delicious treat at the churro cart in front of the castle. First the pineapple donut and now this!
I think Disney has been in my brain, because anything with a marshmallow dipping sauce I am all for it. Will you be trying this deliciousness?
It was announced that the redheaded pirate Redd will be arriving at Disneyland, she will be sailing her way into New Orleans Friday, June 8, 2018. I would LOVE to meet her and of course take a picture with this fierce and independent pirate, even though I am sad that Disney has changed the auction scene I think they made up by having this meet and greet! Will you be taking a picture with Redd?
November 28, 1933, Geary Street was filled with people waiting to take their seats for the revival of Show Boat, which only had four performances left at the Curran Theater and two days before Thanksgiving a man shoved his way to the front of the line at the Box Office. Without a word a man pulled out a revolver and killed Hewlett Tarr the ticket taker of the nights performance, with one shot. Tarr acquired his position after graduating Lowell High School, to support his single mother. It took the police three weeks to catch the 25 year old electrician Eddie Anderson, who claims to have shot Tarr because he wanted easy money to show his girlfriend bight lights. Anderson admitted to committing robberies because his professional job did not provide enough funds.
Guests who visit the theater say that Tarr has never left, they see him standing in the lobby while others say you can see him in the mirror of the lobby. Some, have reported a little girl haunts the theater as well. Reports say that the little girl died across the street from the theater. The next time you visit Curran Theater, keep a look out for some ghosts hanging around.