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Hooray For Hollywood

One of my favorite places to visit in Hollywood Studios has always been the Great Movie Ride. There was always such fun in riding it again with a first timer. They never knew what to expect and it was so entertaining to watch their reactions!  Although this attraction closed back in August to make way for something new, the Chinese Theater area is still open to the public currently! I was so happy to see this because I’ve always loved walking around in this area when I visit the  ...

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Peace, Love, and Flower Power

When Paris and I planned our recent girls trip to Walt Disney World, we knew we would be stopping by Disney’s Art of Animation hotel! It wasn’t the hotel we were staying in, but a little resort hopping never hurt anybody. I’ve never had a chance to see the hotel yet so I was excited to explore!  Art of Animation has got amazing theming through out and one major part is devoted to movie Cars. Imagine being able to see life-size versions of some of your favorite  ...

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On Cloud 9

YOU ARE A TOY! As a kid there are just some movies that you fall absolutely in love with. For me, that was Toy Story. I loved the characters, the Randy Newman songs, and even the toys and computer games that followed the successful movie release! The best part about this movie for me was that as I got older I only grew to appreciate it more.  For these reasons, it was no surprise that when Jambo Joe came out with his Toy Room Cloud collection, I just had to have it! I love when I can  ...

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Downtown With Dooney

Don’t you just love when you find a piece that you can use forever? That’s how I feel about this Dooney & Bourke and Disney purse! In early 2011, we were planning our annual Disney trip and these patterns had recently come out. Paris and I knew we had to get our hands on one! The best part was, they came in an array of colors including blue, yellow, pink, green, and purple, so we could each have our own unique park look. I went for the blue because it reminded me of  ...

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