Friday, December 25, 2009

New Year's Resolutions Around The Mouse

It's that time of year again - time for New Year's resolutions! We're interested in what your Walt Disney World New Year's Resolution will be. So let us know what you resolve to do at The Mouse this year - perhaps getting over your fear and riding Expedition Everest for the first time? Or maybe trying Escargot during Food & Wine Festival. Whatever it may be, we hope you have fun trying to get it done. Now, here's a few of the things we are determined to do in 2010:

Watch Hope cross the finish line and get her Mickey Medal at the 2010 Walt Disney World Marathon.

Swing on a Caribbean Beach Resort hammock with Hope after the marathon is over.

Keep feeding Chance plenty of veggies so he gets tall enough to ride Rock N Roller Coaster.

See how many times we can trick Katie into drinking Beverly.

Take a Segway tour at Epcot or Fort Wilderness.

Try an item of food I've never tried at the International Food & Wine Festival - from each country! Kidding. Just one item of food will do.

Go to any one of the four parks and dedicate the entire day to doing attractions that I don't usually do. And just enjoy them for what they are.

Give away 100 fastpasses to a people/families over the course of the year. Spread some magic!

Break our family Surrey Bike record of 7 laps in 30 minutes around Crescent Lake at the Boardwalk.

Fulfill the Do A Day, Get A Disney Day promotion and give the Day to someone who could use it.

Go to Jellyrolls for the first time.

See the Yankees play the Braves at Champions Field in the ESPN Wide World Of Sports during the 2010 Spring Training season.

Sing Karaoke at Kimonos. Van Halen's "Panama" comes to mind.

Fill up our bags at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party.

Ride on the Breathless II with friends and family.

Continue to envelope ourselves in the magic.

And to never lose sight of one thing...that it was all started by a Mouse.

1 comment:

  1. Hmmm...
    Well, my first Disney goal is to plan a trip for November.

    Go to MVMCP and actually see it snow on Main Street. (I have been twice but we opted to ride rides instead of partake of the holiday festivities.)

    Ride TSMM as many times as we can because my younger son LOVES this ride.

    I'm sure I have many more but my mind is currently blank. You have a great list though!