It’s not hers, of course. The real owners to feature on this blog soon.
There are battles in life worth fighting for, but with this case, resistance is futile and it’s best to just raise the white flag and gracefully succumb to defeat.
Undoubtedly, Disneyland is the happiest place on Earth. I took my kids to Tokyo Disneyland last summer and I swear, everything’s worth my every penny. My every Japanese Yen, I mean.
Like they’d really care.
Yeah, gloomy as hell.
But the moment the Disney Parade rolled and the colorful characters arrived, my two kids both couldn’t contain their excitement as they started cheering and singing along the “Hippity Hoppity Hop Springtime” as if they’ve known the parade song forever.
I believe what makes Disneyland the happiest place on earth are not the rides or the place itself. What makes Disneyland the happiest place on earth are the character parades. Seeing them with so much joy as they watch the Disney parade made me literally choking with delight and my eyes welling with tears.
Welcome to the crazy world of parenthood, mister Noel!
But then I had to contain my emotions as I still had to take photos of the characters and a few selfies here and there.
Happy New Year! The holiday celebrations (or the lack of it) took a toll on our daily photos. I had plans to catch up with the missed posts but then it’s the new year so I’d rather start anew.
Therefore this photo is the new 001/365. It was the last photo I took in 2014 and the first one I’m posting in 2015.
And since we’re at the start, you may be interested in what the title says. Do you believe that it only takes 21 days to make or break a habit? Or maybe not. Here’s another interesting read about forming new habits.
Yotsuba has been in the mood to go hiking, she took Darth Maul’s mountain bike and up the rocky hill she went.
I was supposed to post this for Halloween but then I entered a version of this in a photo contest so this one came late.