Hey friends and fangirls. It’s been a minute since I used this as a weekly journal, and I think that needs to change. So here we are!
I was contacted by Stamped Sweets just over a month ago to talk about some cookies. Being a huge fan of putting my face on things, cookies, and gifts, I said yes. Stamped Sweets is a new company that specializes in personalized cookies. They can put photos or text on frosted shortbread cookies, and that is pretty dang special. I do want to state that while I was gifted these cookies, this review includes my full and honest opinion on them.
Fangirls, I miss EPCoT. I miss Walt Disney World, I miss my friends, I miss being elsewhere. Sadly, I don’t know when I’m going to see my home park again, or my Ohana. I have plans for moving out, but who knows. The one thing I am definitely sure of is my love for EPCoT. One of the things I finally got to experience while I was in EPCoT last was drinks around the world. Sadly, I can’t remember them all, but one that I loved above (almost) all others, was the lemonade at the American Pavilion.
Fangirls, this movie gave me a fair few feelings I was not expecting it to. I saw it this past Wednesday, just 4 days after I returned home from the Most Magical Place On Earth, and I was really not expecting to get as into Tomorrowland as I did.
Fangirls, this weekend I’m embarking on a trip down to Florida to meet up with my Ohana and do Disney together for the first time in 3 years. I’ve missed them all so much, and feel like there is so much to catch up on. People have gotten married, others engaged, more tattoos, lives have just changed. One thing that has (obviously) changed, is our age. All of us are now legal drinking age. In Walt Disney World, that gives us a couple new options; drinking at Gaston’s Tavern in the Magic Kingdom, and drinking around the world in EPCoT.
Hey Disnerds! It’s been awhile since I’ve had much to say to you, but Disney has been doing some things recently, that are … interesting choices.
Now, as many of you know, I left the College Program. I’m not here to slander the company, or to complain. I’m just going to describe the process I went through to self terminate, and get home. Tomorrow will be the final installment of this series, and it will be a positive one.