Sweating, puking, laughing, crying and a whole lot more. What happened on that day I tried to ride all the rides at Disney World.
Wow! What a crazy day. A quick recap if you’re just tuning in. My friend Summer (Mommy Points) and I decided to join forces to raise money for an incredible charity, Give Kids The World. They help provide critically ill children a chance to create unbelievable memories with their families on vacation. Summer and I are both family-oriented. And, we both love Disney. So, supporting a charity that supports both of these things was an easy decision for us.
My friend Summer and I are doing something insane today. We’re doing it partially because we’re a little nuts. And, partially because we’re a little nuts about Disney. But, mostly to help a fantastic cause. Can I count you in?
Watch me do something crazy. Laugh, cajole, make fun of me. And, maybe, just maybe, give a few dollars to a great charity helping critically ill children and their families make great memories.
I’m riding every ride at Disney World in an attempt to raise a bunch of money for an incredible charity. Give Kids The World helps critically ill children have the vacation of a lifetime. Will you help me give a child that gift? Don’t worry, I’ll do the crazy part!
Disney World has extended key benefits for hotels located near Disney Springs until the end of 2019. That means you can redeem your hotel points for free nights and still get great Disney World perks!
Our recent stay in a cabin at Disney World Fort Wilderness Resort was a bit of a welcome surprise. The property covers a lot of ground and has plenty of amenities. The size of it makes transportation a bit of a pain at times. I covered the cabins themselves in a previous post. Today’s post will cover the transportation and amenities you’ll find at Fort Wilderness. While not an amenity, per se, it’s worth noting that the cabins aren’t the only lodging options at Fort Wilderness. You can also camp, […]
The Cabins at Disney World’s Fort Wilderness Resort are a very different lodging option. One of the few options that’s not a typical hotel room, your kids can use their imagination to create a wonderful adventure there. This first post covers the cabins themselves. I plan to cover the activities and transportation in a future post.