Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by NiarrNDisney, Oct 2, 2014.
Pop Rocks! No matter what age you are this candy never fails to put a smile on your face!
Wow -- I didn't realize they still made that stuff!
Oh yeah I have found it at the Dollartree, Party City and Target. I bought a bunch recently so I can rim glasses and make a fun martini for a Holiday party.
I love my bedroom. It is a quiet, cozy retreat and it's my favorite place to read.
My bedroom is also my favorite place to read!
Finding neat and unique things to gift as stocking stuffers
Lottery scratch tickets are a great stocking stuffer!
I always buy a bunch for my folks and siblings! I bought a fake one once and gave it to my dad, he though he won $10,000 and then he learned from my sister that is was a joke after she read the fine print so now every time he gets them in his stocking he studies them to make sure they aren't gags.
Getting to try Christmas cookies fresh out of the oven
Hot cocoa with a little peppermint schnapps, a splash of vodka and a candy cane garnish
Hot cocoa with melted marshmallow on the top!
My Nightmare B4 X-mas and Disney Villain Christmas tree
1. My husband: you have been my rock for all these years and each day just gets better. You always can bring a smile to my face.
2. My 4 daughters: you may all be grown up and on your own, but each day you bring me so much joy.
3. My 4 grandchildren: you make my life young and fun. I love when you all visit.
4. Cooking/Baking: love my kitchen and cooking Italian food and Italian bake goods especially.
5. Movies/Theater: now that my husband and I are retired I love going to the movies and the theater.
Face Masks - Charcoal, Clay, Cloth/sheet, Fresh ingredients (avocado, oatmeal, rice etc.) Gel, etc. etc.
The miniature Carousel that sits in the Boardwalk Resort lobby! So beautiful!
Peter Falk was born in the town I live in, and a street was named for him several years ago!
Picking back up with the theme:
The Devil Wears Prada.
The Grand Ole Opry
Can we name any other institution that has been going on WEEKLY since 1925? I love it for that history but also because it, like Sunday morning church, mixes the generations so well. New artists singing alongside the legends. Truly a blessing.
(Maybe a little like what I think DL and WDW meant to Walt Disney -- a sincere reverence for the past while still excited about the future.)
Speaking of older things, I enjoy watching the old B&W Disney productions (i.e. Zorro, Davy Crocket, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, True Life Adventures nature programs, Walt taking viewers on a tour of the Burbank Studio lot) from the 1950's and 60's that they used to show on Vault Disney on The Disney Channel. Now I watch them on YouTube, and I enjoy the simpler production style and slower pace.
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