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    Disney DIY Valentines

    Valentine’s Day is less than a week away! Over at Chip and Company today I’m featuring some heartwarming homemade Valentine gift ideas from Disney’s Spoonful.com that you (and your little sweethearts) are gonna love. My daughter and I made these three together: Friendship Rings, Pencil Toppers, and Mad Love Mad Libs Scrolls.   Disney’s Spoonful.com […]

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    Other Ways to Speak

    Magical Mouse Schoolhouse is currently hosting a series of Guest bloggers. I do hope you’re enjoying these posts and are taking time to explore our friends’ websites, maybe even give them a nice shout-out! Today’s very special Guest is Kristin from Tips from the Disney Diva. Kristin is a communications professor in Alabama. She escapes […]

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    Mouse of Zen Haiku

    Welcome to those of you joining me from Pursuing the Magic or those of you who have just hopped aboard. I am the 2nd stop on our Magical Blogorail. her queen takes my pawn i still yearn to be her king lost her glass slipper Thanks for hopping aboard this special Magical Blogorail loop! We […]

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    February Review

    We celebrated our 1st Birthday this month! Thanks so much to all who joined in the celebration! We Guest posted here, participated in the Dismarks Disney blog carnival here, Guest hosted a blog hop, and joined the Magical Blograil Yellow loop. We also gave away lots of gifts to YOU, our fans. This month was […]

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    It’s GIVEAWAY Wednesday!

    It’s GIVEAWAY Wednesday! In addition to our logo T-shirt, we have a very special prize for this week’s winner: a copy of Walt Disney World Resort Extreme Vacation Guide for Kids, by Kathleen M. Reilly, with Quinn Reilly and Griffin Reilly. (Great big thanks to the author for her generous donation!) Alrighty, you know how […]

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    Happy Abe Lincoln’s Valentine’s Day!

    I’ve been reading a lot of books lately. Some have been great; some, well, painful on my eyeballs! (According to my teenager, most books I assign him to read fit the latter description.) Anyway, I Tweeted some analogies: 1) Reading a poorly written book is like pedaling through hummus (Yes, I *borrowed* that from “Scrubs.”), […]

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