It’s raining as I write this. The slider is fogged up so that all I can make out of the outside world are shadows of the things they truly are. Something about the rain always makes me want to crawl up on a couch with Michaela and listen to the sounds of drops pitter and patter.CONTINUE READING
I have really missed posting. While Michaela has been cranking out beautiful pictures, I’ve been watching from the sidelines in a tired daze. My new job at UC San Diego is amazing but it’s really pushing me. I’m grateful for the challenge because I’m not a fan of resting on my laurels.CONTINUE READING
Frontierland might be becoming my favorite area of Disneyland at Christmas. It’s difficult to pick one because so much of the park makes a magical transformation, but this transformation takes a rather rugged setting and makes it arguably the most cozy. Cozy is synonymous with Christmas for me. It’s the most wonderful and warm time of the year when people open themselves up to ideas like peace, joy and hope. Somehow, I’m able to see all those things wrapped up in an evergreen wreath hanging in the wilderness.CONTINUE READING
So much has happened since I took this picture. Starbucks took over the Market House. Alice Davis and Tony Baxter got their windows on Main Street. Frozen…CONTINUE READING
It’s happened again. The holiday season has snuck up on us and I’m left scratching my head that it’s already Thanksgiving next week. Where did the year go??CONTINUE READING
I often forget how lovely Toontown is at Christmas time and how it transforms when the sun takes its bow to let other lights shine. The whimsical decorations highlight the textures and contours of the land that make it so unique. If you get a chance to stop by the Five and Dime, it’s sure to be glistening.