Monday 3/18: Hannah and her mom and I flew to Florida today for a little escape from the frozen Midwest. Flying with my wheelchair is always a gamble. Will my chair be returned to me in one piece? Will it be returned at all? Thankfully, this crew seemed to have their act together, and it made me smile when—shortly after landing in Orlando—the flight attendant reported that my chair was ready, and still fully-functioning!
Tuesday 3/19: I’m hesitant to write this smile for fear of sounding like a self-absorbed jerk. (To be fair though, this is a weekly list all about MEEEEE, so the self-absorption levels are already pretty high.) Please know that I’m only sharing this one because it was a genuinely neat, completely unexpected surprise. Strolling around Universal Studios today, Hannah and I were recognized by followers of our vlog exactly 17 times. It made both of us smile to meet so many cool people, and to know that our story is spreading so far!
Wednesday 3/20: We had the absolute pleasure of meeting up with another interabled couple—Ben and Malorie—for a few hours in Epcot tonight. Ben has SMA and works as an animation engineer for Disney. Malorie is on her way to becoming a teacher. We did some rides, ate some deliciously cheesy poutine, and swapped stories about the hilarious interactions of being interabled out in public. Finally getting to meet them after a year of long-distance correspondence made me smile.
Thursday 3/21: This year, I am determined to make our 7th annual Laughing At My Nightmare 5K bigger than ever before! The funds we raise allow us to provide medical and adaptive equipment to people living with muscular dystrophy. It’s SUCH an important program, and I need your help to blow this year’s numbers out of the water. We raised $30,000 last year, and I believe we can hit $50,000 this year! The in-person race is on June 22nd in Bethlehem, PA but we also have options for those who live anywhere on earth! All the details and registration options are in the link in my bio, and it would make me smile so much if you’d consider participating! TWO MORE BONUS SMILES IN THE COMMENTS BELOW!
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Depois do episódio Mickey, levei um tempo a pedir foto novamente, mas... esse pluto foi PURO AMOR! .
Não resisti! Tive que postar! ❤️.
(Nao, não coloquei Facetune no meu braço gordo, sim, eu amo vestir meus bebês iguais! 😂😂😂😂😂)
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Can’t believe my baby is 1 tomorrow! Using the #alexgarzapreset supporting bae 💁🏻♂️
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#magicshotmonday ! 🤔🙈💕
Currently me thinking about Wednesday’s sale, all the fun things and the future! So much going on in my brain!! Stay tuned for all the fun things!😁
•right now you can check out my live stream on replay where I showed a bunch of the new styles that will be available on Wednesday!
•tomorrow I’ll share a post with more details on Wednesday sale!
I hope you’re having the happiest Monday!!💕💭💜🌐😍😁
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This is one that kids will probably notice well before adults, but at night some of the pavement in Future World take on a new life thanks to a fiber optic lighting package. In an area in-between Spaceship Earth and Innoventions Plaza, some of the pavement tiles have tiny lights that sparkle, making for a magical appearance.
Meanwhile, over by Innoventions West, there are larger sections of pavement completely lit up with designs that “move” and change colors. Don’t feel bad if you’ve been to EPCOT 1,000 times and never noticed any of these lights, as most guests don’t even come near this area on their dash out of the park.
As always, one of our best tips when it comes to touring the WDW parks is to slow down, and give yourself time to take it all in.