Monthly Archives: April 2012
Today is opening day at Kings Island. After an unseasonably warm winter, the park opened on a cold, rainy day. Did that stop us from going? No way! Did we stay long? Uh, no. But we had a lot of fun in a very short time.
This morning, Disney presented “What’s new and what’s next” for the Walt Disney World Resort. As expected, there was nothing earth-shattering. But Disney did parcel out a few nuggets of information including an updated time-line for the Fantasyland expansion.
It’s been a hectic month. But this week in particular has been a doozy. My wife had her wisdom teeth removed and her recovery was messy. I’m happy to report, she’s on the mend. But after a long week, we could all use a bit of a pick-me-up.
For me, that frequently comes in the form of planning my upcoming Walt Disney World trip. Today, I booked our initial reservation for a Nemo suite at Disney’s new Art of Animation Resort.
I have been feeling a little under the weather this week. Nothing serious. Just a cold. Whenever I get to feeling a bit rundown, there are certain movies in my collection I go to for an instant pick-me-up. Some of these films are very personal to me. They are not movies people immediately think of. One of those movies is Whit Stillman’s 1998 comedy, The Last Days of Disco.
Daffystardust here, with a little post showing you a bit of how I’ve been spending my time over the past several weeks.
I am currently wrapping up rehearsals in Raleigh Little Theatre’s production of Arthur Miller’s dramatic masterpiece The Crucible. Some of you might have been required to read this in high school. I am playing the role of Thomas Putnam, a “well-monied” and influential citizen of Salem who helps encourage the events which spiral out of control into the notorious Salem witch trials.
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This is one of those rare posts where I take a break from snarky comments on pop culture and talk about my personal life. Or, more to the point, this is where I post pictures of my kids.
When I was a kid, Saturday morning was the highlight of my week. The reason? Saturday morning cartoons. Sure, there were cartoons on every day after school. But only for an hour or two. And then the reruns of old sitcoms started. But Sarurday morning featured hours of brand new (or newish) cartoons. Best of all, there was the Superfriends.