Well I just received my amazing new retractable ID badge holder from the Etsy shop Cassie Jewelry N Crafts. Let me tell you they don’t cut corners with quality. With the option of either a rhinestone Mickey or a Minnie Mouse Tsum Tsum theme, either way you can’t go wrong ❤.
Head over to their Etsy shop and take a look for yourself 😍 CassieJewelryNCrafts
Stay Disney my friends and have a magical day ✨
As we are on our way back from yet another magical trip “H °o°ME” and I can’t help but feel greatful that we have the privilege to go as often as we do. I would like to wish all my followers a very magical holiday and a happy new year. Here’s to many more!!
You know that amazing smell as you walk into Africa at Walt Disney’s Animal Kingdom…that sweet smell of yummy goodness?? Well I have found a perfect recipe to be able to make these delicious candied nuts from home.
1 Egg white
2 tsp Water
2 tsp Pure vanilla extract
1lb Nut of choice ( I used almonds)
1 CUP Sugar
1 Tbsp Ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp Salt
Preheat oven to 250 degrees
Spray baking sheet with cooking spray
3. Mix cinnamon, sugar, and salt in a large plastic bag
4. Mix egg white, water and vanilla in a mixing bowl and whisk until frothy
5. Pour the nuts into the bowl and stir around to fully coat them in the liquid mixture
6. Pour liquid coated nuts into the bag of dry ingredients and toss until fully coated in the sugar mixture
7. Place the candy coated nuts on your baking sheet and place in the oven
8. Bake for 1 hour at 250 degrees, stirring every 20 minutes
I know I am a tad late in posting about this race seeing how it was two weeks ago, but unfortunately I have had a lot going on since then involving getting in an automobile accident and all the things that come along with that. Hopefully I will be healed up and ready for my next race in January which is a half, so I will need to be on top of my game by then.
So I competed in the Inaugural 10k during the Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend. Unfortunately I had to run it alone this year because my sister did not get registered in time before it sold out. At least it was only 6.2 miles by myself…I don’t think I could have talked to myself for a whole 13.1 lol.
Leaving for the race
The packet pickup process this year went wayyyyyyyy smoother then previous years. Maybe they took some of the participants suggestions with issues in the past and made changes. As usual, by the time I got there for the expo, they were already sold out of many of the special race merchandise. Oh well, nothing I couldn’t live without and just ends up saving me more money…till I find something else I want lol.
The course was the usual start in Epcot parking lot, traveling around the outside and entering through a back lot between Norway and China in the world showcase. We run through the world showcase exiting between France and the UK for a trip around the boardwalk and then return back inside the park for the final stretch.
Photo stop on the boardwalk with Chip & Dale
Running around world showcase
Before the race started
The temperature was nice this year, at least for my run in the morning at 5:30 am. Delaney ran in the kid races that afternoon and it had warmed up a lot by then. I decided to wear the Mickey hands as part of my costume this year and they were a little warm at times, not to mention hard to maneuver if I needed to adjust my ear buds or use my phone to take a picture. Something to think about next time when planning a costume lol.
I was very proud of my time, it was a personal best for myself 🏅and Delaney did awesome in her race too. It’s great that Disney offers the races for kids too. Her race was 200m for her age division. She proudly wore that medal all day!
Delaney’s 200 m dash
Overall, it was a great race weekend and we can’t wait till next year and hopefully compete again. Stay Disney my friends and have a magical day ✨.
” A daughter is just a little girl who grows up to be your best friend.”
Today was just a little last minute trip to our favorite place we like to call “home”. The Food and Wine Festival is still going on and it was super busy back towards the World Showcase so we just spent most of the day towards the front of the park. Going to a huge place like EPCOT by yourself, with a very headstrong 4 year old, could have been a complete disaster. Luckily, the parenting God’s were watching over me today and it went very smoothly 🙏.
Trips like this we will remember for the rest of our lives. You are my sunshine ☀️ little one.
I finally had the pleasure of enjoying one of the famous Mickey’s Kitchen Sink Sundae’s from the Magic Kingdom. Let me tell you, OMG!
Let’s first talk about the adorable plastic little sink in the shape of Mickey’s iconic red pants that you get to take home as a keepsake. The knobs are shaped like his white gloves and they actually turn too 😍.
You pick out two of your choice of ice cream flavors to start your sundae. I went with the traditional vanilla and chocolate but there were many other choices to choose from and it is Bryers® brand ice cream if you were wondering. Next, on to the toppings. I chose hot fudge but caramel and peanut butter were also options as well. Top it all off with whipped cream and cherries and you have one yummy dessert!
I need to do a quick shout out to CaptSparrow on Etsy for their super fast turn around and amazing product. I ordered their Disney Castle with Bow Decal to add to my Yeti and I could not be happier. I am very picky when it comes to decals and they went above and beyond my expectations. If you are in need of a great quality decal and super prices, check out their shop on Etsy today. I have included a link to their shop below. Stay Disney my friends!