This summer I’ve had a chance to catch up with wonderful friends and family across the country. Everywhere I went I had folks asking about “Disney stuff” or “Magic Bound stuff” and I realized that I never did a formal intro into this wonderful part of my life. As the first question always goes….I found out about this job just like any other – saw … Continue reading So tell me about your job….
One of the most unexpected positives of moving to Orlando has been the abundance of diverse backgrounds that people come from. In our town in Ohio, the minority percentage of the population was less than 1% so we are now on the complete opposite end of the spectrum. This past week, my two youngest sons and I were on a boat ride at Epcot when … Continue reading “I’ll have a taco and a burrito!!”…Lessons in Diversity
Prior to moving to Orlando, I had no idea what a food destination it was. Whenever you visit, do not head to a chain restaurant as you will be missing out on the tons of amazing specialty restaurants! One of my true foodie guilty pleasures are French cafes and this week I’ll talk about a few of them. If you are on vacation you cannot go … Continue reading My French Cafe
This past week, we celebrated our anniversary dinner at Ocean Prime in Orlando. We had been given a tip to check out the menu for Magical Dining Month which is going on now until October 2nd. For Magical Dining Month, 90 restaurants in Orlando are offering prix-fixe menus of an appetizer, entree, and dessert for $33. You can see a full list of participating restaurants … Continue reading Magical Dining Month
Today my four sons had their first ever romp through Orlando’s newest kid attraction, the Crayola Experience. Part hands on, part high tech, the Crayola Experience has something for everyone. There are 26 attractions but I think it’s helpful to break these down into groups so you can see if this is something you’d like to check out! Admission is $23 but there are multiple … Continue reading What is the Crayola Experience?