So in December, my travel buddy Nedi and I headed to Disneyland for a very special and amazing training experience at Disneyland Resort in California! We were going to the Disney Agent Education Program! Brandy, our amazing boss with Fairytale Adventures Travel, would be joining us on the adventure the following evening. We were beyond excited to go and so very thankful to have this opportunity. We arrived a day or two early so.. Read More
Week 2 Yay, I’ve survived and managed to make it to week two and on time! It’s taking me about a hour a row at the moment and I’m hoping to speed that up in the future! Tonight, both dogs decided they wanted to “help” me in my venture. Here is how it’s looking so far! Week 1 Wow! It’s been a good while since I’ve posted in here and I apologize. Life.. Read More
Wow! It’s been a good while since I’ve posted in here and I apologize. Life seems to get in the way sometimes. I have lots of Disney blogs post running through my brain and I will get starting on them shortly. In the meantime…. I started teaching myself how to crochet over the past few months and I gotta say, I’m really starting to get the hang of things! I’ve done a few.. Read More
This past weekend I had the pleasure of watching our Daisy troop enjoy their first camping experience (even though we were only day camping).
We arrived bright and early on a chilly morning in time for the flag ceremony. I think the Daisies really enjoyed watching the raising of the flag and seeing other troops all participating as one.
We then jumped right into the activities for the day. We started by working on the Daisy Promise Center. Although the girls had already earned their center, this was great for them to go over the Girl Scout Sign, Handshake, Promise and Law once again. They made magnets with the Girl Scout Sign, built the promise line by line and also had the opportunity to play a Promise board game.
Next, the girls completed their first journey, Welcome to the Daisy Flower Garden. They learned about planting the seeds for leadership and making new friends along the way. They were able to participate in planting flowers at the camp as well as start their own mini “garden” to take home (Daisies).
Next, was a quick snack before it was time for crafts. I think we had about four different snack times throughout the day and many bathroom breaks. We read some more stories from their journey book in the while chowing down.
For the craft, the girls were able to color their own fall bags which will be perfect for their night of trick-or-treating.
Next was lunch time and the girls were thrilled to finally be having lunch. I swear they are all in a major growth spurt! I have no photos from lunch (I was pretty hungry too) but we took a few during our downtime.
Last but not least, the girls got to try their hand at some camping skills. I think they really enjoyed these activities but were getting really tired at this point. First up was knot tying, followed by first aid, the shelter building/racing and we finished up with orienteering.
The girls were shown a demonstration once on how to build a shelter. I was very impressed with how quickly they were able to build this with little help from the leaders and other scouts!
It was then time to head home. The girls earned their journey badges as well as a fall camp fun patch. Overall, I think they had a great time and we are all looking forward to the spring. A special thank you to Julie who volunteered to join us!
My blog post was featured on my agency’s website in which I am blessed to be an independent agent. Check it out here as well: Fairytale Adventures Travel Resort Spotlight: Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando Universal Orlando Resort is the place where you step into the movies or take a journey through your favorite legends, cartoon or comic adventures. Like other ultimate vacation destinations, Universal Orlando Resort offers on site hotel options.. Read More
You know those families that you see on vacation with the matching shirts??? That’s us!!!! We like to create or get matching shirts for our Disney trips for a few reasons. First, I find it fun to create them and it adds to the excitement of preparing for the trip. Second, it looks really cute in the many photo opportunities that Disney has. Third, If my child happens to wonder off (or my.. Read More
Sheena’s Inside Scoop: Prince Charming Regal Carrousel Prince Charming Regal Carrousel offers fun for everyone in the whole family. Originally built in 1917, the Liberty Carrousel, originally located in Belle Isle Park in Detroit, was one of only four carrousels that were built with five rows by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company. In 1967, when Walt Disney World was in the planning stages, the Disney Company discovered the carrousel at Olympic Park in Maplewood,.. Read More
This will be a quick post. I just wanted to share with you some of my photos from Sandal’s private island located at Sandals Royal Bahamian. #Flatnedi is ready to go too! Waiting on the pier to head to the island. Here we are!! The following photos are from the Spa area of the island…Did you know you can hold your wedding here as well??? Awesome!! Some more overall pics from the island.. Read More
It’s not everyday that you get to travel down to the Caribbean for a business trip! Not only do we get to visit a beautiful island, we are going to be staying and training at the amazing Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort! I figured I would get starting on my blog writing from the air. You will be noticing a lovely lady photo bombing lots of my pictures this trip. Nedi was not able.. Read More
Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Summer Refurbishment List So you’re dreaming of your ultimate vacation for this summer to visit the mouse. I find it’s best to know which attractions will be down for refurbishment while planning my trip. Disney is constantly building and upgrading various aspects in their parks. I do not see refurbishment in a negative way. Sure it stinks that attraction may have downtime when you are visiting, but I’d rather be.. Read More