A Touch of Disney- aka Disney Lite!

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When we walked out of the gates of Disneyland on March 13, 2020 for what was to be a 2 week closure who knew what was to really happen. Well we all know what happened next- complete shutdown! Slowly shut down restrictions were lifted and Disney put together their version of a food fest- which they call A Touch of Disney. Even though many people had visited the Downtown Disney District and had been shopping at Buena Vista Street there is nothing like a Disney Event and we wanted to be a part of it!

Let me rewind the tape just a bit because obtaining these tickets was no walk in the park. Once Disney released the details- $75 per person- including a $25 food voucher, parking at the Mickey and Friends Parking Structure and unlimited digital photo downloads from your visit, it was real that Disney was going to…

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Look What Popped Up! That’s From Disneyland Exhibit. — Theme Park Duo

Ever wanted to see some of the ride vehicles from the Disneyland attractions up close and personal? Does a original Press Pass from Disneyland’s Opening Day peak your interest? Richard Kraft shares his personal collection of Disney items in a pop-up exhibit followed by an auction in Sherman Oaks, which I had to check out. […]

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The Theme Park Duo Podcast – EPISODE 112: MIDSUMMER SCREAM HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL 2017

Hello All. A little different blog today. Theme Park Duo whom I also blog for has a cool podcast and this time it is about Midsummer Scream Halloween Festival last weekend. Give a special listen at about 33:55 for a special guest… ME! Turn up your speakers while out by the pool on this hot summer day and enjoy!

Source: The Theme Park Duo Podcast – EPISODE 112: MIDSUMMER SCREAM HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL 2017

Wonder Woman Day 6.3.17

Like many young girls in the 70’s, we sat down in front of the one television in our family house weekly and tuned into one of the seven channels available and watched Wonder Woman. Linda Carter played the lasso wielding superhero that we all wanted to be. She flew in on her invisible jet, stopped bullets with her sparkly cuffs and saved the world from the bad guys. All of this after elegantly spinning around and changing from Diana Prince and her everyday attire into her superhero costume. This show was based on a DC Comic, which I was not familiar with back then, and the show only ran for 3 seasons.

Now 42 years after the TV series has long since been retired, we honor her with Wonder Woman Day 2017. This day follows the overdue release of the DC movie creatively title Wonder Woman. Comic Book stores around the country celebrated Wonder Woman Day with free Wonder Woman comics, Wonder Woman Crowns and Cuffs (made out of paper however) and featured various Wonder Woman comics, figures and anything Wonder Woman. Pop Comics in Anaheim owned by Thomas Gaul, a high school friend of my husband’s was where we made our target destination to celebrate Wonder Woman Day. Pop Comics also had a special guest… Wonder Woman! No it wasn’t Linda Carter, but a great likeness of her posed for pictures with all who came to Pop Comics. Did I take a picture with Wonder Woman? Why of course I did. I do have to say I was a bit jealous when she gave my husband her sword to hold in his picture with her. So not fair! Anyways- Wonder Woman Day was fun and I hope it grows to be even bigger next year.

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On a side note, we did see the DC Comic movie Wonder Woman the following day and I am no movie critic, but it is definitely a movie you should go and see. You will laugh out loud, cheer and even shed some tears. Wonder Woman is getting the recognition she deserves… finally.

And to think this all started for me as a very young girl watching a TV show in her family home and wanting to be just like Wonder Woman.

 

 

 

Monsterpalooza 2017… Make-Up, Movies and Monsters… Oh My!

One, Two… Freddy will sign for you. Three, Four… want to buy some more. Five, Six… Monte’s Band will play some licks. Seven, Eight… gonna stay out late. Nine, Ten… going to Monsterpalooza again. The real version of this song haunted many people while we watched one the most iconic movies of the 1980’s- A […]

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Walking Through Wondercon 2017. An article I wrote for our friends of Theme Park Duo.

Back in Anaheim for 2017 after spending the previous year in Los Angeles, Wondercon returned the weekend of March 31- April 2nd. This event is put on by the same production that brings Comic-Con to San Diego each year. Attendees come from up and down the coastal state to see what new Pop figure they […]

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