I have worn many, many costumes in my life thus far, mainly because I was a dancer for 12+ years. So I was reminiscing on some of the best costumes I have worn, and decided to put a post together about it. Continue reading
Geek Blogs Unite hosted it’s first theme week this week! It was anything and everything Disney, so let’s see what everyone made! Continue reading
I enjoy a trip to Disney as much as the next gal, and being from Southern California has given me unique experiences and many chances at visiting the happiest place on Earth. Now it’s my time to share my tips for doing Disney like the SoCalian* that I am. Continue reading
Geek Blogs Unite is a geek blogger community to share posts, collaborate, and come together with linkups and themed events to make the geeky blogging community closer. There may be a million blogging groups, but there seems to be few for us geeky ones, so I wanted to make one! I’m super excited to announce the first theme week! Drum roll, please…. Continue reading
In my recent Underrate post about Merida, someone commented about how Lilo and Stitch is really the first Disney film about familial love, and dear commenter is totally right. So I thought about not Lilo, but Nani, her older sister, and how she is an underrated lady herself. Continue reading
Let’s talk about Merida, the true first familial love story by Disney
I have started to get my craving for Funko’s again and began looking into which ones I need and want, and wow there are a lot. These are just some of the most desired ones for myself.
Villains need love too, right? And Yzma is probably the most underrated Disney villain, even though she is hilarious and so evil.
I saw another site do a post about how Megara (or Meg) is the most underrated Disney lady. Of course, it caught my interest so I went to it and it was, well, not what I wanted. All of the reasons were her “realistic hair” and such, and I just went “Really?” So here is what I think makes Meg underrated and awesome.
In the world of Disney leading ladies, all eyes are always on the traditional princesses. But maybe we don’t need a princess, but a warrior.