Saturday, July 21, 2012

Disney at Graduation

(I happened to have some time so here's my first surprise post!)

As I've shared in an earlier post, I've gradated from high school.

And when you're a Disney Freak graduating, you're bound to get some Disney stuff at your graduation.  Check it out.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Dearest Friends

For several reasons, I have decided to take a summer hiatus.

My summer has become very swamped, and MMM is like an eagle lately, keeping watch over my time on the computer since I now have an actual job to do.  Thus, I really only have time to short things on the computer lately, and writing blog posts is not something short.  It takes me a few hours to write a post I'm happy with, before I'm sure you'll enjoy reading it.

(This though is an example of a "short" post.)

Then in August, I will be gone for the first half of the month for a pre-college event and then moving into college.

My plan is that once I'm comfortable with my school schedule, I will start posting again on a regular basis.

If I have the time, I will try to do some posts during July and August.  Otherwise, I am on break.

Please don't leave me.  I will return.  Hopefully better than ever!

See ya all real soon.

THE Disney Freak

PS: Just to be clear, the hiatus only applies for Blogspot.  I will still be doing some stuff on Facebook and maybe a little on Tumblr.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

I See the Light

A friend of mine also graduated this year.  And here in Minnesota, there are these things called "Open Houses."  Supposedly they're to celebrate the graduate's successful graduation without dying (high school is tough these days, you know!).  To be honest, it's more of a free food fest ("So how do you know the graduate?"  "What? Oh, we're just here for the food."--no that doesn't really happen).

Well, this particular friend of mine happens to be extremely cool and came up with a fantastic idea to end her Open House.

Floating lanterns.

(Does not come with matching Flynn and Rapunzel.)

The Beast and I, being introverts, discussed whether or not we wanted to stay to see the lanterns.  Good thing we did!

At the appointed time (9:30 I believe), everyone was called over to the side yard, where there was more room.  Various kids held unlit lanterns by the strings attached.

Yes, the lanterns weren't really going to float up into the sky as in Tangled.  The idea was to hold onto the (invisible) string, making the lantern like a kite.

(Or was that the idea?)

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

From All of Us Here...

Happy Fourth.

Here at our house, My Disney Family and I wear red, white, and blue
clothing today.  MDF found this shirt for her red.
Too cute not to share!
Disney and America.  How great.
I'm proud to be an American.
Picture proudly taken by and copyright THE Disney Freak.