Back in May I was sitting on a plane, jetting off to Houston for the annual Microsoft TechEd conference. My mind wasn’t on TechEd, however, but rather on a curious photo I had obtained, and by the time I landed in Houston my blog post about the photo and what it might mean was published.
For the last three years, Disney Parks has kept some of its theme parks open for 24 straight hours for one day each year, giving guests the chance to stay up all night in some of the happiest places on Earth. In 2012, they celebrated the fact that 2012 was a Leap Year by giving
I’ve been home from my Walt Disney World trip for one week, and I’ve just now finished captioning and uploading my photos from the trip. I plan on porting a short write-up of the trip, and going through the photos was a good way to prep. Until I get that posted, feel free to flip
Next month, I’ll be at Walt Disney World for a few days to celebrate my 45th birthday. I figure if I have to turn 45 (that’s only five years from 50!), I may as well do so in one of my favorite places. That’s how I justified it to my wife at least. We’re staying
Last week, we decided to go to Walt Disney World to celebrate my upcoming 45th birthday in December. It is probably more accurate to say that I decided we should go, and then proceeded to steer the talk of going away for my birthday down the road that leads to Disney World. And really, doesn’t