Stupid Haiku

Stupid Haiku – December 2018

Here is the final Haiku of 2018 A year ago my sister and I went to Disneyland with some friends.  My favorite ride is Space Mountain, but Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride only gets better as I get older.  Why does ANY parent take a child on this ride?  It’s not a kids ride!

Disney Reflections

Disneyland CA vs. Disney World vs. The parks around the world

After our trip to Disneyland, in California, in 2017, my sister and I realized we wanted and could visit all the Disney parks. For those who don’t know, aside from California and Florida, there are four other parks: Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai, and Hong Kong. All four of them are completely different and influenced by theRead more

Disney Reflections

Disney Reflections Part One

As most of you know, I recently went to Disney World and, less than a year ago, I went to Disneyland. I was five the first time I went to Disney World. There are still pictures of me greeting characters around the park (I put them at the end of this post too). This wasRead more

Not A Book Tour

Not A Book Tour: Disneyland December 2017 (part 3)

You have read about my first few days in Disneyland and California Adventures.  Today is going to be the last post about being in the park. For our final day in the park, it was just three of us.  While five people were difficult to coordinate, three people are much easier, especially when there isRead more

Not A Book Tour

Not A Book Tour: Disneyland December 2017 (part 2)

Last week I told you about the first day of the trip and went over some of the things I got a bit obsessed with.  Today, I’m going to tell you about day two of our Disneyland adventure. I didn’t walk as much over the next two days as I did on day one, butRead more

Not A Book Tour

Not A Blog Tour: Disneyland 2017 pt 1

While Fredrick’s book tour stopped in Los Angeles, my trip out to California was primarily to go to Disneyland with my sister.  I did spent time in L.A., but not the way a 1st time tourist might expect to do.  I decided, since there is so much to talk about, to split this into twoRead more