I'm Allison. Lover of Jesus, Disney season pass holder, and monogrammer of all things. 
   First and foremost, thank you so much for checking out my page! I am beyond excited to share my experiences and very thankful for everyone who has been following my journey thus far. This blog is about my life, my travels, lessons learned, laughs shared, and adventures of making my way in the Big City. My hope is that this blog encourages you and inspires others to dream as big as me.
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October 27, 2018

Disney World – October Edition

Walt Disney World: one of my favorite places on the entire planet. My family has had season passes since I was itty bitty, and we would venture down to Kissimmee, Florida, several times a year. WDW is perfect for every age of dreamers, and I have found the magic of Disney is more prevalent the older I become. We have visited the parks at literally every season of the year, but I’m extremely bias to WDW in the fall. The Food and Wine Festival happens around the same time as Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, so there is something for everyone between Epcot and the Magic Kingdom. Since my birthday is in October, I thought this would be the perfect way to celebrate my birthday with my family. Here is a peek at some moments from our trip last week!

Day 1:

First stop: Main Street, USA.

Some of the best treats are inside the Confectionary on the right side of Main Street.

Pumpkin Vanilla Cake Pops and Mummy Rice Crispies.

I’ve had so many questions about this Hocus Pocus shirt. My friends at PixieSupplyCo make this cute one and several other cute tees. Find them here on Etsy.

‘Tis the season.

We love a costume change.

The Happily Ever After firework show is always the highlight of the day.

Day 2:

We love eating around the world at Epcot, and even more counties have offerings during The Food and Wine Festival.

Maple Boursin Cheesecake and Wine-Braised Beef Strogonoff.

Nitro Chocolate Cake and Sweet Chocolate Raspberry Tart.

After eating so many goodies at Epcot, we stopped back at the Fort Wilderness Cabins before heading to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.

Ella couldn’t come with us to the park, so we made sure she didn’t miss out on the fun.

The Magic Kingdom becomes a little more festive after 4pm, and the park closes the doors to ticket holders for the party.  Less people means less lines for rides.

I am a child.

Some treats are only available at the party, like this Haunted Mansion cream puff.

Trick-or-Treating is a little more fun in the House of Mouse.

Sleepy Hollow.

I love Hocus Pocus. The show at the castle is a spooky dream.

Bibidi Bobbidi BOO.

Candy Corn Milkshake.

Love my sweet momma!

As you can see, I love Disney. I’m so thankful my parents brought us here every year to keep the magic alive, and I’m so happy that child-like wonder is instilled in me almost 27 years later.


xoxo, allison

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