Tuesday, April 5, 2011

D = The Happiest Place on Earth


First things first:

I would like to wish everyone a very happy "City of Fallen Angels" Day! The book is now in my hands and I would please like to go unbothered for the next ohh 10-12 hours oughtta do it. :)


Alas, that probably won't happen, which really just means I that I won't be sleeping tonight. Thankfully the hubby is currently waist deep in book 2 of the Hunger Games series, so he might be preoccupied as well!

Right now, I am flustered beyond belief with one of my professors, I won't go into detail, but this is the perfect time to talk about being in the Happiest Place on Earth, one year from now. Heck if I could go there now, I'd sprinkle myself with pixie-dust, sprout some fairy wings and fly into the impossible to see through the cloud cover, Washington sunset.

I WANT TO BE IN DISNEY...(land/world take your pick)

Aside from the obvious reasons to go to a Disney theme park I have a few of my own more unique reasons for wanting to go.

My reasons include but are hardly limited to:

Rebecca. Tiffany, Mickey Mouse, Rainier, a really cute little spade fish, Tanya, Crush, Jackie, the Rockin Roller Coaster, Fantasmic, The Main Street Bakery, Wishes, Illuminations, drinking around the world, and last but not least my former flame Tarzan (your show may have been cancelled but you, your loin cloth and all your goofy roller-blading monkeys will live on forever in my heart....)

I had the fabulous privilege of being employed by a mouse for a several years of my life. My jobs ranged from working in the Main Street Bakery, to operating the Rockin Roller Coaster (and by the way if I tell you your kid is too short to ride the ride it really is for his/her own safety so please don't argue), to SCUBA diving in the 6 million gallon aquarium at the Living Seas EPCOT.

During my tenure I met a wonderful former Navy dolphin named 'Rainier' (he was named after the Mountain in whose shadow I now live), I helped Steven Tyler onto his own ride, and I even made friends with a little spade fish who had lost its tail and rarely ever ventured out of his little hiding place in the aquarium.

I also lived with one of Mickey's very best friends, and fell in love with Tarzan at his show about once a week. And of course there are some of my very best of besties still living and working with and for the mouse.

Going to Disney is a lot like a homecoming for me, so the fact that it's been over 3 years since I have set foot into a park makes me very sad. Maybe one year from now, or maybe even sooner I will find myself back in those familiar magical lands surrounded by some of my most favorite people and characters.

It's funny, I always knew I would go back to my fairy tale kingdom, but I kind of expected to do it as the Princess, not the Wicked Stepmother. Then again I'm also starting to learn that the role of the Wicked Stepmother just might be more interesting than that of the princess! :)

Faith, Trust & Pixidust



  1. =)

    This post makes me happy. Maybe I can bump into you again. ;-)

    Your Pal,
    Mickey Mouse

  2. Wicked Stepmother + Disney = One Awesome Experience!

  3. Love it!!!! And I miss you!!!! I'm super glad that you were sent to the Coaster; otherwise, we never would have met, and that would be TRAGIC!!! You should come back for a visit. Or we should meet in Anaheim. I do love me some Disneyland :)

  4. We sure missed you when we were there 2 weeks ago...kept saying "it sure would be nice if all the kids were here". And, of course that automatically includes kids in law and grandkids. I hope you can go very soon, and we can be there with you.

  5. I ordered my copy of City of Fallen Angels from Amazon and it hasn't even shipped yet. That's what I get for picking the free shipping option...

    I hope you enjoy both it and the Hunger Games. I loved the Hunger Games novels.

    M.J. Fifield
    My Pet Blog

  6. Are you kidding, the wicked step mother part is THE BEST! You get to do all kinds of interesting things. What did Snow White ever do except clean and sing to birds?

  7. Okay so seriously I had no idea what to expect when I stopped in. All I knew was that anyone whose blog title had Wicked Stepmother in it would be badass that was for sure. You have seriously rocked my world.

    I have yet to read the City Series but I have them all. I'm actually devouring The Hunger Games right now and they are the most amazing books.

    Oh and yes I heart disney.