Anonymous asked:

do you know why aurora wasn't included in the disney princess group photo shoot? the one in your cover photo

Hmmm… I really dont know…

My best guess is that it had something to do with her costume malfunction. It’s also possible that Aurora simply wasn’t available at the time that they took the photos. In any case, it is a pity because those photos are so fun and amazing, but they’d be so much better if it was actually all of them!!! :)

xoxo

pablets asked:

Hi! Greetings from Spain! What do you think about Anna and Elsa characters (or actresses) for "Once upon a time" (next season)?

Hello to Spain!!! :)

That’s a good question… I’m excited to see what they come up with with the characters but i’m not expecting a whole lot mostly because they’re supposed to have such a small story arc (half a season) and, to be honest, i’ve gradually become less into what the show has been doing…

In any case, it is a twist that is going to keep me watching and im sure is going to garner many more viewers to the show- I think the casting is great  and it will be fun to see them in Storybrooke!

xoxo

babyrodent  submitted:

Me again! This time, I have a new story from my last trip to Disneyland, though it was from a couple of months ago while my mom and I were celebrating our birthdays (my 20th the previous week and my mom’s the following week). And trust me when I say that this one is one of the best stories that happened Disneyland-related.
In our last trip to Disneyland, my mom was in a cast because she fractured her leg at work and had to get surgery to put a metal bar in it. So we decided to go to Disneyland to celebrate our birthdays and before the surgery. So Mom got to be in an electric scooter, though I would help her out when she needed to get up. Earlier that day, we went to the World of Disney and got an Olaf plush for me since my mom has one already. There were a few in stock that time, so it was luck that we were able to got one.
So anyway, as my mom had become a huge fan of Frozen since Anna and Elsa reminded her of me and my older sister (as said she LOVES Olaf), she wanted to meet them (we had met them before we saw the movie as I was already aware of them and my mom wasn’t) before we would go to dinner. Due to the long wait, which was clocking in at 2 hours, she asked me if I could wait in line while she would wait by the building. I consented to it and waited in line. It was a good thing that I got in line because it was after the family behind me that the line closed for the night.
Now just as I was near the home base of the line, this happened.
My mom was met by a Japanese-Chinese woman named Kiki, who was visiting Disneyland with her father, a friend of hers, and her daughter (through her German-English husband) Kaylie, who happens to be a mixture of these nationalities as well as a child model for The Gap (before anyone asks, this is all true). According to Kiki, my mom told me, Kaylie had always wanted to meet Anna and Elsa for the past three times that they visited Disneyland, but each time was discouraged by the very long lines. Kaylie was trying to look into the windows to see Anna and Elsa, but when she noticed that my Olaf plush was in the scooter basket with my late dad’s Pirate Mickey plush (while my mom was waiting), let’s just say that it was pure magic there. 
So my mom comes over with Kiki and Kaylie and asked me if Kaylie can wait in line with me so that she would meet Anna and Elsa. I was okay with it and went along, letting her in line. And I will say that Kaylie happens to be one of the cutest kids out there, no lie. And it was during this time that Kiki 
Once we were about to go inside to meet Anna and Elsa, my mom suggested to me that Kaylie can hold Olaf while I would hold Patrick (my Heartless buddy). When we went inside and Kaylie went up first to meet the sisters and we got pictures of them, she had the biggest smile on her face, having finally met them. So after her turn, it was my turn to get a photo with them. This photo has both me and Kaylie with Anna and Elsa.
Afterwards, Kiki got a photo of Kaylie with my mom before we left for dinner at Rainforest Cafe. It remains to be one of the best things to happen.
Point of this story: it is possible to help make someone’s dream come true.

Awww, thanks so much for sharing!! What a special memory!!! :)

  submitted:

Me again! This time, I have a new story from my last trip to Disneyland, though it was from a couple of months ago while my mom and I were celebrating our birthdays (my 20th the previous week and my mom’s the following week). And trust me when I say that this one is one of the best stories that happened Disneyland-related.

In our last trip to Disneyland, my mom was in a cast because she fractured her leg at work and had to get surgery to put a metal bar in it. So we decided to go to Disneyland to celebrate our birthdays and before the surgery. So Mom got to be in an electric scooter, though I would help her out when she needed to get up. Earlier that day, we went to the World of Disney and got an Olaf plush for me since my mom has one already. There were a few in stock that time, so it was luck that we were able to got one.

So anyway, as my mom had become a huge fan of Frozen since Anna and Elsa reminded her of me and my older sister (as said she LOVES Olaf), she wanted to meet them (we had met them before we saw the movie as I was already aware of them and my mom wasn’t) before we would go to dinner. Due to the long wait, which was clocking in at 2 hours, she asked me if I could wait in line while she would wait by the building. I consented to it and waited in line. It was a good thing that I got in line because it was after the family behind me that the line closed for the night.

Now just as I was near the home base of the line, this happened.

My mom was met by a Japanese-Chinese woman named Kiki, who was visiting Disneyland with her father, a friend of hers, and her daughter (through her German-English husband) Kaylie, who happens to be a mixture of these nationalities as well as a child model for The Gap (before anyone asks, this is all true). According to Kiki, my mom told me, Kaylie had always wanted to meet Anna and Elsa for the past three times that they visited Disneyland, but each time was discouraged by the very long lines. Kaylie was trying to look into the windows to see Anna and Elsa, but when she noticed that my Olaf plush was in the scooter basket with my late dad’s Pirate Mickey plush (while my mom was waiting), let’s just say that it was pure magic there. 

So my mom comes over with Kiki and Kaylie and asked me if Kaylie can wait in line with me so that she would meet Anna and Elsa. I was okay with it and went along, letting her in line. And I will say that Kaylie happens to be one of the cutest kids out there, no lie. And it was during this time that Kiki 

Once we were about to go inside to meet Anna and Elsa, my mom suggested to me that Kaylie can hold Olaf while I would hold Patrick (my Heartless buddy). When we went inside and Kaylie went up first to meet the sisters and we got pictures of them, she had the biggest smile on her face, having finally met them. So after her turn, it was my turn to get a photo with them. This photo has both me and Kaylie with Anna and Elsa.

Afterwards, Kiki got a photo of Kaylie with my mom before we left for dinner at Rainforest Cafe. It remains to be one of the best things to happen.

Point of this story: it is possible to help make someone’s dream come true.

Awww, thanks so much for sharing!! What a special memory!!! :)