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Wordless Wednesday ~ Disney Time Magic


Disney time really is magical~anywhere you have Disney time!  Since we are not sure when our next Disney trip will be, I finally got tickets to take my little princess to see Disney on Ice.  The time here was amazing, fun, entertaining, beautiful and Magical!!


Stop over at Focused on the Magic to see more Disney Time :)


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  1. That looks like so much fun! My younger daughter wants to see Disney on Ice so badly but it always comes to Toronto during Christmas holidays when we are away.

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    1. It was lots of fun Lisa! Definitely try to take her, I regret not taking my daughter when she was younger. She's 7 now and still had a wonderful time!

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  2. Nice! We actually just went to see Disney on Ice last week! Saw Rockin' Ever After and loved it.

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    1. That's great Becky! I tried to get tickets for Rockin' Ever After, they were here in November but couldn't-waited too long. This show was Treasure Trove.

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  3. That looks like so much fun! Disney on Ice is a fantastic way to experience Disney magic close to home! Thanks so much for sharing and for joining in on the DWW Blog Hop fun.

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    1. Yes Deb, it was fun...my daughter was really excited :) Thanks for stopping by!

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