Skip to main content

Disney on Ice Follow Your Heart

We are house filled with Disney fans!  Although I'd love to visit our favorite place every year, it just doesn't happen like that.  Fortunately, we can see all of our favorite characters in the Disney on Ice shows a few times during the year.

I still remember our first show back in 2013 - Disney on Ice Dare to DreamLast year we attended Disney on Ice Dream Big and it was amazing.

See this face... this face just in awe of seeing his favorites from Disney live and in person. This is what Disney on Ice is all about.  It truly is magical!
A lot goes into bringing our beloved Disney characters to stadiums and arenas throughout the world and it shows. 
Did you know it takes about 12 hours for each crew to set up the production?
Follow your heart straight to adventure at Disney On Ice! Just keep swimming with Dory and new pal Hank from Disney•Pixar’s Finding Dory as they set out to find her parents. Cheer with the Emotions from Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out. Venture to wintery Arendelle where Olaf and Kristoff help reunite Anna and Elsa and learn love is the most powerful magic of all. 






See the Disney Princesses achieve their dreams through bravery, kindness and 
perseverance. And celebrate true friendship with The Toy Story gang. 
Disney on Ice Follow Your Heart skaters will perform approx. 325 shows this year
Make unforgettable memories with Mickey and your Disney friends when Disney On Ice presents Follow Your Heart skates into your hometown!


Click here to visit Ticketmaster and save 25% on tickets to a Disney on Ice performance when you use the code MOM.  Note the savings is not valid on VIP or Ringside seats. No 
double discounts and service charges, handling and facility fees may apply.

If you live in the SF Bay Area, you'll be excited to know that Three Boys and an Old Lady blog has partnered with Feld Family Events and we have 4 tickets to give away to the February 28, 7 pm performance at Oracle Arena.
* * * G I V E A W A Y * * *
Disney on Ice Follow Your Heart






Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Maple and Brown Sugar Air Fryer Bacon

I've been raving about my Instant Pot but now I have a new favorite... the Air Fryer.  
O M G This thing is amazing!  I don't know why I was so late to the Air Fryer craze but I am so glad I am finally onboard.  

I've been talking about getting one and then after my aunt posted pics of her new air fryer, that was it off to Best Buy I went.  

I wasn't sure how big of a unit I would need but I figured the 2.5 liter would suffice.  I chose the Chefman Express.  It was priced on the shelves for $85 but online for $75.99 and my local store matched the price AND I had my Swagbucks Best Buy QR code so I got 500 SBs + 2 SBs for every dollar spent so that's another 170 SBs.  So, after discounts, my air fryer ended up costing me less than the sale price.  Woohoo!

There were some fancy ones on the shelves with digital display but after checking the reviews I figured since I don't fry much this model would suffice.
When I think of fried foods, I think of fried chicken and bacon.…

Come Out & Play BUT Let's Practice Social Distancing

Come Out & Play BUT RememberToPracticeSocialDistancing COVID-19, Coronavirus, Da Rona, whatever you're calling it has definitely changed all of our lives.  Families are spending more and more time together.  My husband teases me saying I've spent more time in the backyard since March than I have in the entire 15 years we've lived in our home.  Sad thing is... he's right.
We planted a garden.  It was kinda by chance.  I bought these seeds and this starter compost.  Put them near the kitchen and after about a week or so, I started noticing gnats in my kitchen.  I figured it was some of the fresh fruit gone bad.  Tossed the fruit. Wiped everything down.  Gnats were gone.  A few days later... the gnats returned.  FINALLY figured out it that I had this dirt near the kitchen and remembered "Oh, you were going to start gardening."  
Seeds planted.  Watered.  Now we wait.  It'll be a few weeks but I am so looking forward to cutting fresh spinach and lettuce green…

wonderFALL Giveaway Hop!

Can you believe it's FALL already?

Seems like just yesterday we were chillin' in a hammock on a beach sippin' margaritas in Cozumel.  Really, I was just chillin' in a hammock on a beach sippin' margaritas in Cozumel just a couple of weeks ago and now it's Fall and it's all about the pumpkin spice.

I had to share this super easy take on the $$ pumpkin spice latte at the the ooh la la, fancy-schmancy, trendy coffee houses.  Save your money and make it at home.  Shoot, they're cheap enough you can enjoy a few of these without bustin' your budget.
Ingredients:

1/2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice2 tsp. vanilla2 tbsp. pumpkin puree1 1/2 c. almond milk, soy milk or milk of your choiceSugar to taste1/2 cup expresso or really strong coffee
Directions:

Pour pumpkin pie spice, vanilla, pumpkin puree in a saucepan over medium heat and stir til mixed well and heated throughout.  You want to make sure the pumpkin mix is nice and smooth.  No one likes a chunky latte.Stir in milk…