Pirates, Princesses, and Pooh…Part 3


“Everyday of our life we make deposits in the memory banks of our children.” – Charles R Swindoll

And sometimes those deposits are simply magical!

One thing I love about Disney World is that you never know what magic is just around the corner.

In the middle of an ordinary day sometimes Disney just gives you a fairy tale moment.

It isn’t something you can grab for, or plan.

The magic simply appears when you stumble across the right friend…at the right time… in the right spot.

Disney made a huge magical memory deposit in the lives of our children when we went to meet Elsa and Anna from “Frozen.”

We had a fast pass and were the only people in line (which added to the magic.)  🙂

Anna called the kids up to meet her first. PhotoPass_Visiting_Magic_Kingdom_7048891304 (1)

They asked her to sign their frames which she had a lot of fun with.



She suggested they have their pictures taken with the frames. She and Molly shared a frame.

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She then asked the kids what they liked doing for fun.

“My sister and I love to play Hide and Snow Seek,” she told them. “Do you like Hide and Snow Seek,” she asked.

The kids told her that they had never played Hide and Snow Seek.

She was shocked, called her sister over, and insisted that the all must play a game at once.

Anna and Elsa closed their eyes and the kids hid.


The seeking began…

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Ozzie couldn’t wait to be found any longer and jumped out to the surprise of Elsa.


Who knew the magic that was waiting for us when we rolled out of bed that morning. Certainly nobody expected a game of Hide and Snow Seek with royalty.

That must be why it is called “Magic” Kingdom  🙂


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