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Monday Morning Distraction.

Here’s a few things that are happening around the Disney blogosphere this morning.

I loved seeing this blogger’s wedding pictures on Facebook and her wedding video is just beautiful:  The colors, the setting and the happy couple. Oh, and the cake.  In fact, there are two cakes.

If loving fried corn on the cob is wrong, I don’t want to be right, people. 

The Disney Fantasy, the new Disney Cruise Line ship that will be launched next spring, has announced that “Disney’s Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular” will run on board.

Disney Babies Blog with the great debate.  Disneyland vs. Walt Disney World.

I hate to contemplate this since my eight-year old son is my favorite person in the world to go visit Disney World with, but it happens:  Jennifer on When the Kids Grow Up:  The Joys of Solo Travel.

George from Imaginerding has an informative review of the D23 Destination D conference that took place earlier this month in Disney World.

Waiting in line can be hard for little kids.  Jennifer from Chip and Co talks about the playground at Hollywood Studios, a great place for kids to run around and stretch their legs.

Disney on Wheels is a blog with a different perspective–I highly recommend it. Here, the author shares some highlights from Star Wars Weekend

A little admin news:  I started a Facebook page for the blog. You can view it here if you please.  Also, if you’re linking to me and I have failed to link to you, please let me know so we can exchange links if you have a Disney blog.

Enjoy your holiday.  Special thoughts go out to all the service men and women and their families who sacrifice so much.


  1. I liked that! The dress was really cool with that surprise splash of color in the crinoline. I must admit though, I did want to give her a pressed powder compact and tell her to apply, apply, apply!

  2. KC, you are too funny! Thanks for your comment and for reading my blog. I’m glad you liked the video.


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