Friday, December 21, 2012

Magical Blogorail Red - Dreaming of a Disney Christmas


Welcome to those of you joining me from My Dreams of Disney and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 2ndl stop on our Magical Blogorail.

This month we are Dreaming of a Disney Christmas and I must confess that spending Christmas at my happy place is on my Disney Bucket List. I know I would love walking along Main Street while it was all decked out for Christmas and watching the Candlelight Processional in Epcot would be absolutely delightful.
A big thank you to my friend Diane from Can Do It Mom  for this picture of  one of  the gorgeous Christmas trees in Magic Kingdom.

With that being said...

My heart belongs to a Disney Christmas at home. I love my Disney Christmas tree, watching Disney Christmas movies live Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas, presents wrapped in Disney paper, drinking hot cocoa out of my Mickey and Minnie mugs.


The ornament I bought on our trip to Walt Disney World July 2011.


Disney is truly as much a part of The Anderson Family Christmas as Santa and Rudolph. I am proud to say that the Disney tradition continues with Ashley's family as they have inherited some of the Disney ornaments for their tree and of course there will be Disney presents for Lexi & Tripp.
My favorite WalMart find last year.  :)

I enjoy watching the "old" cartoons that Walt actually worked on, here's a Mickey Mouse Christmas cartoon from 1932, Mickey's Good Deed.


Thank you for joining me today. Your next stop on the Magical Blogorail Loop is Pursuing The Magic.


Here is the map of our Magical Blogorail should you happen to have to make a stop along the way and want to reboard:
2nd Stop ~ Disney Donna Kay (You are here)
3rd Stop ~ Pursuing the Magic
4th Stop ~ A World View
Final Stop ~ Growing Up Disney

4 comments:

  1. We enjoy Disney Christmases at home too! I want to visit WDW during the holiday season, but not actually ON Christmas (I wouldn't want to deal with the crowds!)

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    1. I really do want to spend one Christmas there, but it's definitely not something I would want to do very often. I think the crowds would be really bad!!

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  2. One of the great things about a Disney Christmas is that it begins in November. The reason we go early December is that the crowds are thin and the prices are at the lower end. If you ever do get a chance, it's worth visiting Disney Parks just before and just after Thanksgiving. So much of our house is Disney-inspired during the holidays, most recently including the Monorail around our tree.

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  3. I love it! We too always have Disney intertwined in our Santas, snowmen and nativity sets. You would LOVE being at WDW during Christmas! It's so wonderful!

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