Sunday, 31 December 2017

Weekly Wondering // Week 51 & 52

For the explanation of what is going on here, please do click here and have a quick read.
Other than that, in short, I am answering 7 of these 365 thought-provoking questions each week until I complete the year. I already did this in 2013 and am revisiting them to compare my answers.

What could society do without?
Crime. Climate change. Cruelty in all forms. The intense over use of technology. Mr DT and Ms M...all rich people who have no one but themselves in mind. Oh I could really go on forever here as there is a heck of a lot.

What stresses you out?
Ahaha. Another one that could have a 5000 word essay as the answer...
A couple of quick ones; switches that are left on with nothing plugged in, people walking on the wrong side of places, crowds, being looked at, money.

Now that it’s behind you, what did you do last week that was memorable?
I can't remember ;)

Where do you spend most of your time while you’re awake?
At home I guess? I only work 23 hours a week over my 3 jobs, spend maybe 9 hours a week walking between jobs and home and rarely go very far elsewhere so yeah...home.

What makes someone a hero?
Compassionate, selfless, courageous acts that make others admire or be inspired.

When in your life have you been a victim of stereotyping?
Often. Most so when I was younger and even up to a year or so ago. I have found myself to be a lot more open minded, unjudging etc recently. I think a lot of people have. We have our eyes opened to the world after being brought up in different eras.

When was the last time you felt lucky?
Every day. For being alive, with a roof over my head.

So where this post would usually end, this time it is not. You may or may not know I had a break during September on this here blog and am therefore a few posts short of completion by the end of the year. That means I've been doubling up the last of weekly wonderings so that I can start another new Sunday series fresh in January! Here is the finale! Week 52 >>

When did you first realize that life is short?
I'm not sure. But it's something that really scares me. I think maybe when I turned 16 because I was so freaked out I didn't want to get 'old' and time to go so fast. Each year seems to pass faster and faster and I hate it as I don't have a Philosopher's Stone yet.

What is the most insensitive thing a person can do?
Breath or say anything at all - according to Twitter.

What can someone do to grab your attention?
Shout my name?

What do you usually think about on your drive home from work?
I walk because it's only like half a mile to job #1 and just short of a mile to job #2. Plus I haven't got a car at the moment. But seriously, if I did still have my car I wouldn't be driving to work...that'd be lazy and a waste of fuel. 
I just realized that wasn't the question haha. Nothing inparticular.

What’s one downside of the modern day world?

What simple fact do you wish more people understood?
Everyone is different and we are allowed to believe in whatever we want.

If you could do it all over again, would you change anything?
The answer to this should always be no for me because everything really does happen for a reason and you learn from every experience.

How would you describe your future in three words?
In the stars.

Make sure to look back on this same posts from 2013/14 here and see the differences in my answers! (I completed writing this before checking back to my old answers by the way). You can also see the series in whole from last time here and of course last week's Weekly Wondering here.

Monday, 25 December 2017

Seasonal Decor 2017


I doubt many of you are reading this today but if you are I hope you have a magical day wherever you are and whoever you are with.
As per tradition here are my Christmas decorations for this year :) I'll leave it at that, thanks for stopping by <3

To see previous year's decor click the links below -
Seasonal Decor 2012
Seasonal Decor 2013
Seasonal Decor 2014
Seasonal Decor 2015
Seasonal Decor 2016

Sunday, 24 December 2017

Weekly Wondering // Week 49 & 50

For the explanation of what is going on here, please do click here and have a quick read.
Other than that, in short, I am answering 7 of these 365 thought-provoking questions each week until I complete the year. I already did this in 2013 and am revisiting them to compare my answers.

What is your favorite fictional story?  (novel, movie, fairytale, etc.)
Probably the whole of the Chronicals of Narnia (books inparticular) if I have to be decisive for a change.

Where or who do you turn to when you need good advice?
 Parents. Obviously.

What artistic medium do you use to express yourself?
Photography I guess? I've done it for well over 12 years now.

Who or what is the greatest enemy of mankind?
Trump. People who don't believe in climate change, the companies who persue unrenwable energies as opposed to putting money into more renewables. Hunters, animal testers/exploiters etc. Those who litter, those who don't recycle, those with a high carbon footprint. Do I need to go on? ;)

What’s something you wish you had done earlier in life?
Left my ex? haha I spent too many years being tortured by him and missed out on the opportunity to work as a photographer at DLP.

What is the closest you have ever come to fearing for your life?
I'm not sure I want to think about stuff like that!

How do you deal with isolation and loneliness?
I have a dog...

Sooo where this post would usually end, this time it is not. You may or may not know I had a break during September on this here blog and am therefore a few posts short of completion by the end of the year. That means I'll be doubling up the rest of weekly wondering so that I can start another new Sunday series fresh in January! Here is week 50 >>

What do you know well enough to teach to others?
Nothing at all! I'm sure this ties into last weeks question about what I am an expert in.

What’s a quick decision you once made that changed your life?
I'm not sure...I'm a big planner and organizer usually. Maybe meeting Jake for the first time? Or quitting my job and moving away when my previous relationship finally ended. 

What have you lost interest in recently?
Not so much recently but over the past few years, MMA. I was a big fan and when I first started this blog actually posted about it semi-regularly but once it got super popular and things started to changed a bit I slowly just stopped watching. I miss it a bit but theres no way I'd ever get to watch events even if I wanted to with the time it's on and my working/sleeping hours.

What makes life easier?
Dogs. Animals. Having good parents. Money I guess - not that we have much of that.

What was the last thing you furiously argued about with someone?
Well I wouldn't say 'furiously argued' but one sidedly moaned/nagged about Jake never doing anything to help me around the house. That's an ongoing narritive in our household though.

What job would you never do no matter how much it paid?
I would probably do most things to be honest but the ones I'd least like to do would be any type of food service, especially a waitress in a posh resturant or anything in an office. Urgh! Sitting at a desk all day sounds blurgh and having to wear 'office wear' is extra blurgh ha.

What is the number one solution to healing the world?
Children. They need to be raised to be kind, compassionate, animal loving, selfless, inclusive, open minded, planet nurturers. Amoung many other things. As my chest tattoo says we all need to 'believe in what you want' and live and let live. You believe in God and I don't? So what? I believe in fairies and you don't? Doesn't make either of us less inteligent or anything. Get on with life and do what you can to improve the world around you.

Make sure to look back on this same posts from 2013/14 here and see the differences in my answers! (I completed writing this before checking back to my old answers by the way). You can also see the series in whole from last time here and of course last week's Weekly Wondering here.

Friday, 22 December 2017

What I Read This Quarter [October - December]

We have finally come to the very last post of 'What I Read' for this year and just like every other month I am so chuffed and in a way proud of myself for the total number that just keeps climbing. Although I've said it in all of these quarterly catch ups (probably), in 2016 I only read the grand total of four books. Yes, 4. At the end of last quarter I was at 31 which is insane for me and now, well take a look below...


The Wouldbegoods by Edith Nesbit
Back in July I read the first book in the Bastable Children series,  The Story of the Treasure Seekers, and I couldn't wait to carry on with the stories once I got my reading mojo back. I have no idea how I managed to bypass E Nesbit when I was younger but I am loving her books now at 27 years old.
As I mention in July, they were published in the late 1800s, early 1900s so there are a few jaw dropping moments where terribly unsuitable, problematic language is used which would make me say to stay clear of reading this to kiddos!

Dragon Ore (The Dawning of Power, #3) by Brian Rathbone
I read #1 & #2 of The Dawning of Power last quarter aswell and enjoyed this, the last of the trilogy just as much as the others. Young adult, fantasy, adventure, strong female lead, war. It was good, I enjoyed, despite all the terrible reviews on Goodreads...


Dracula by Bram Stoker
A classic. I started this in October as a Halloweeny read but as it was such a busy month I didn't complete it until the 6th of November haha! In a way I was a little disappointed in this as it has such a reputation and to me it wasn't as amazing as expected.

Once Upon A Dream
(Twisted Tales #2) by Liz Braswell 
Actually this is another book with terrible reviews! A Whole New World (Twisted Tales #1) was one of 2016's four books and I reaaallly enjoyed it, seriously, it was so good, so I was excited for this until I saw the reviews. It did take me a while to get through, October 5th - November 29th to do 452 pages...eek. I did tell you October was a busy though.
Anyways, at parts it did get a tiny bit slow but overall it was a cool plot.


Terrifying Tales by Edgar Allan Poe
 I sound like a broken record, but yet again this was another October start as I wanted something spooky. This was a difficult read and I ended up having to force myself into reading it to get it done because I was so bored by it. Not what I expected at all. Okay at parts hence the 2 instead of 1 star.
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
December meant it was time for some Christmassy reads and what springs to mind more when thinking of Christmas than A Christmas Carol?! I'm sure we studied it in Literature in school and of course I've seen many movie interpretations, but I really enjoyed reading the original again.
The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus (& A Kidnapped Santa Claus) by L. Frank Baum
After finishing the above book, I looked into other classic Christmas classics and found that L. Frank Baum, the author of the Oz series that I adore had a couple of stories about Santa! These are technically two separate 'books' however the 2nd was very short so I've classed it as one. I adored them both! These should be much more well known about and should be read to kids in December - beautiful. Love, love, loved.

 The Cricket on the Hearth by Charles Dickens  
Never was there a bigger comparison in thoughts on books. After A Christmas Carol I had big hopes for another Charles Dickens but it just wasn't for me. Didn't 'get' it and will not read again. Not exactly sure how it's meant to be a Christmas novella either :/

Wayward Spirits: A Prelude to the Dawning of Power by
Brian Rathbone
 I didn't realize this exisited until doing this post so downloaded the ebook and gave it a quick read, It was a quick read too as this 'prequel' is only like 10 pages long or something. I enjoyed it for what it was but really would have liked it to be more substancial.

 The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain by Charles Dickens
Well, I gave one more Dickens Christmas story a go and it was okay. I enjoyed it more than The Cricket in the Hearth but no where near as much as A Christmas Carol.

New Treasure Seekers
 by Edith Nesbit 
(? To be updated)
So technically I haven't finsihed this one yet, however it will be finished by the end of the month so I'm including it and will update with my rating once I do complete it. So far I'm liking it!

There we have it! With a goal of 10 books to read this year I have ended it totaling 4 times that and actually 10 times last years total. (Technically it's 42, not 40, but as two this month were very short I'm not counting them).
I know many people have read double that but having just gotten my reading mojo back, I am completely over the moon and actually rather proud of myself reaching such a number.  I'll wait until January to set next years goal though...haha
What did you read this year?? Comment links to any related blog posts if you fancy :)

Check out my revious posts in this series -
What I Read This Quarter [July - September]
What I Read This Quarter [April - June]
What I Read This Quarter [January - March] 
What I Read in 2016 

Wednesday, 20 December 2017

Disney Animated Christmas Movies

Wednesdays have unintentionally become Disney post days instead of Fridays, which it was originally, but yep I dunno how long it's been since I switched so surprise! This week I had planned to talk about some of Walt Disney Pictures best Christmas movies, however, it turns out I did that last year...oops...pop over here to read that then come back and we'll discuss some pretty cool Disney animated Christmas movies!

A Christmas Carol
I love the story of A Christmas Carol on a whole, but add Jim Carey and a Disney (computer) animation into the mix and I'm sold. I first saw this in 3D in the cinema with my Dad and it was visually beautiful.

Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas
The 'sequel' to, wait for it, Beauty and the Beast! :O It was direct to video and deals with Beast not being the most festive person in the world, set during the timeline of the main story.

Donald Duck's Christmas Favourites
Does what it says on the tin! This is a lovely compilation of old shorts with Donald Duck and friends!

My Friends Tigger and Pooh: Super Sleuth Christmas Movie
The only one on this list that I haven't seen. It sounds cute, I'll try watch it before the month is over and get back to you but it's the one I'm least interested in due to the 'modern' animation style.

Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas
Probably the most well known Disney Christmas animation, this is made up of three different segments and is a complete classic!

Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas
Probably the second most well known..ahaha! As above but with 5 different segments ;)

Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse
 What to do when you're snowed in - throw a Christmas party in the House of Mouse of course!

Olaf's Frozen Adventure 
Okay, I more than anyone was 100% over as soon as it got taken over board but Jake got me this the day the DVD was released and it is such a lovely little festive short. I'll not say what this one is about but it is worth a watch.

Recess Christmas: Miracle on Third Street
Another straight to video movie, Recess Christmas sees the teachers get stuck in a snow storm while driving so relive good memories of the kids, flashback style.

Winnie the Pooh & Christmas Too
Coming out in 1991, this Pooh Bear festive family favorite is in the animated style that I remember of Winnie as opposed to the Super Sleuth Christmas Movie which was released in 2007 in the weird '3D' style they changed it to. A great story about a letter to Santa, a disguised Pooh and lots of friends.

Winter Wonderland
A magical compilation of clips from many other Disney Christmas and winter themed films. Baker and I watched the recently and he was glued to the Bambi scenes. A real feel good treat to get you in the mood.

 I have most of these on DVD so have either already watched them this month or have them on the to-watch list for before the year is over and they really are some of the best additions to my festive viewing. Am I missing any animated Christmas flicks from the Disney vaults?? Let me know. Which is your fave? Tell me in the comments :)

Monday, 18 December 2017

Project 365 // November Summary

Top 3 Photos - 
 Day 311

Top 5 Moments -
- My giant Baker canvas arriving (blog post here)
- Trip to see Murder on the Orient Express with Mam.
- Books & DVDs, as usual, specifically illustrated Fantastic Beasts and Cars 3!
- Discovering the best at-home hot chocolate ever!
- Bringing home my broken buddies (find out more here)

This Month in Previous Years -
 Come keep up to date with this project through my weekly posts over on Underland 2 Wonderland!

Sunday, 17 December 2017

Weekly Wondering // Week 47 & 48

Happy Sunday!
For the explanation of what is going on here, please do click here and have a quick read.
Other than that, in short, I am answering 7 of these 365 thought-provoking questions each week until I complete the year. I already did this in 2013 and am revisiting them to compare my answers.

What bad habits do you want to break?
My eating habits (but they are a long story), my anger (which ties in with my anxiety etc so isn't fully my fault) and more trivial, leaving all the clean laundry in the spare room until I have a mountain to put away haha!

What is your favorite place on Earth?
I have two. Kielder and Disneyland Paris. I'd live in Kielder if I could, it's hard to ever be sad when I'm there...the atmospher is just perfect. And DLP is my happy place for occasional breaks from reality. 

What do you love to practice?
Kindness and compasion.

What questions do you often ask yourself?
'Why me?' hahaha

What are you an expert at?
Nothing at all unfortunaly! I'm a jack of some trades, master of none. 

How would an extra $1000 a month change your life?
I'd have more money to do the charity things I'd like to, plus have some savings for when I eventually - in 40 years - manage to buy a house.

What things in life should always be free?
Fresh clean air to breath, fresh clean water to drink and some sort of shelter for those who need it. There are many other things and I know that those 3 things above are also not currently availiblefor everyone all over the world, but they are the most basic needs that should be met for every living creature on Earth.

Sooo where this post would usually end, this time it is not. You may or may not know I had a break during September on this here blog and am therefore a few posts short of completion by the end of the year. That means I'll be doubling up the rest of weekly wondering so that I can start another new Sunday series fresh in January! Here is week 48 >>

What is your favorite time of the year?
Halloween month! October is my birthday month too and although I'm not too fussed with birthdays, it's usually a fun filled month. Plus I adore decorating for All Hallows Eve <3

What is something you have always wanted since you were a kid?
Animals / to help animals.. It's changed over the years but I've wanted everything from being a vet or marine biologist to owning my own sheep, dogs, horses, chickens and goodness knows what else.

What is the most recent dream you remember having while sleeping?
I often remember my dreams but they are too weird, long and/or boring to write about here.

What confuses you?
Why people don't care about our planet's health and how people can try to justify any type of animal cruelty, exploitation, abuse, tourisim, hunting and so on.

In what way are you your own worst enemy?
We don't need to get into that.

When did you not speak up when you should have?
All the time because I'm a Libra and can't bare any sort of confrontation. Blurgh!

What is your favorite quote?
"We're all born naked and the rest is drag."
“That’s the real trouble with the world. Too many people grow up.”
"It's not until you lose everything that you can truly appreciate everything. " 
“The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of them all.”
“If you can’t say something nice, don’t say nothin’ at all.” 
“The past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it, or learn from it.”
“In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun. You find the fun and—snap!—the job’s a game!”
''You're perfect, you're beautiful, you look like Linda Evangelista. You're a model. Everything about you is perfect. Did you stone those tights? Oh, you're smiling! *Insert Name Here - I usually say it to Baker*! Your smile is beautiful!
There are probably more but that's all I can think of right now...and I'm well aware it asked for 'your favorite quote', I'm indecisive. 

Make sure to look back on this same posts from 2013/14 here and see the differences in my answers! (I completed writing this before checking back to my old answers by the way). You can also see the series in whole from last time here and of course last week's Weekly Wondering here.

Friday, 15 December 2017

Awesome Pages for Animal Lovers

I suppose this post might be thought to be a little weird, but the idea popped into my head and I just went with it. Essentially it is an 'index' of sorts, listing some of my favorite pages on Facebook to like photos of cute animals. I'm not a huge Facebook fan in general, well I'm not a social media person overall, but when I am on Facebook it's for these pages listed below!
I've grouped them into sections so as not to overload you with the cuteness....

Sanctuaries, Refuges, Rescues & more

 (Hope for Paws rescues animals who are suffering, facing death or extreme dangerthat nobody else are able to save. We then pay for all medical cost and find the permanent loving home for the pet once it is healed.)

 (We are a small family run sanctuary. We rescue slaughter bound animals and provide a home for pasture sound and unadoptable horses.)

(Esther the Wonder Pig and her Dads rescue and rehabilitate abandoned and abused farmed animals, and spread Esther's style of love and compassion)
(New Jersey's Freedom Farm Animal Rescue is a Nonprofit Organization. Our mission is to provide food, shelter, & veterinary care in a safe secure healthy environment for abused abandon or otherwise homeless farm animals as well as finding new forever homes when appropriate.

 (Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary is a Non-Profit Educational Sanctuary for exotic animals as well as farm animals. We also rehab 100s of animals yearly through our Wild Life Rehabilitation program.)

 (While providing a lifetime home for senior dogs, OFSDS strives to raise awareness of the joys and challenges of living with aging dogs. While never forgetting where these dogs have come from, we want to emphasize the positive aspects of their life in retirement.)

 (Secondhand Hounds is a non-profit animal rescue. Our organization provides safe shelter, proper veterinary care and daily necessities for animals at risk, while working hard to find each a permanent, loving home!)

 (Granite Hills Animal Care is a small animal veterinary hospital, helping clients keep the “fur children” healthy and happy with compassionate veterinary care.)
 (Rocky Ridge Refuge is a place of helping and healing for a wide variety of special needs animals that find their way here.)
(The Grey Muzzle Organization improves the lives of at-risk senior dogs by providing funding and resources to animal shelters, rescue organizations, sanctuaries, and other non-profit groups nationwide.)

Individual Animals

(The Happiest Fox Meet Juniper, tame red fox who does everything with a smile.)

(Roadrunner is a little survivor who has touched hearts all over the world! Learn about his story and new, carefree life here!)

(Quasimodo is a German Shepherd Dog who is living his life with Short Spine Syndrome. He is one of only 14 known dogs in the world with this condition.)

(Wrinkles is a rescue dog who was hit by a car and left for dead. But Secondhand Hounds Rescue knew that Wrinkles wasn't ready to give up.)

(Ziggy Trixx is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier trick dog on a mission to improve his breeds image !)

Fun Complimation & User Submit Pages

(UPS drivers deliver packages all day long. During each day, drivers encounter many dogs, most friendly and some not so nice. When time permits, drivers snap a photo and send it in to UPS Dogs.)

(At The Dodo, we’re building a digital brand for everyone who loves animals and cares about their wellbeing. Our goal is to serve up emotionally and visually compelling, highly sharable animal-related stories and videos to as many people as possible to help make caring about animals a viral cause.)

(A project to consolidate otter sightings in Singapore.)

(Pit bulls are the most cuddly, loving, goofiest dogs in the world. No matter what they’ve been through, they LOVE showering their families with unlimited snuggles and silly smiles. Watch Pittie Nation and fall in love with these big-hearted sweeties.)

(Animals know that friendship comes in all shapes, sizes — and even species. Odd Couples is an up-close look at the unique, incredible bonds these unusual BFFs share.)

Organizations & Charities

(Since 2015 the repeal of the Hunting Act has been on the cards. Despite 84% of the British public opposing the cruel and barbaric pastime, Theresa May recently stated that she has always supported fox hunting. Our goal is to ensure the ban on hunting foxes, hares and deer remains in place. Like our page if you agree + join the movement!)

(FOUR PAWS is an animal welfare charity that was founded in 1988 in Austria. FOUR PAWS vision is a world where humans treat animals with respect, empathy and understanding. FOUR PAWS mission is to be the strong, global and independent voice for animals under human control.)

(The RSPB is the country's largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home. Together with our partners, we protect threatened birds and wildlife so our towns, coast and countryside will teem with life once again.)

(The League Against Cruel Sports is a registered charity that brings together people who care about animals. Like the majority of the public, we believe that cruelty to animals in the name of ‘sport’ has no place in modern society.)

(Saving the Survivors aim is to treat and care for rhino, elephant and other endangered wildlife that have fallen victim to poaching or traumatic incidents.)

(Shamwari Conservation Experience invites Volunteers from all over the world to join us in our conservation efforts.)

(The UmPhafa Private Nature Reserve, situated in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, is a 6,000 hectare reserve.)

 (Action for Rabbits is a group established by rabbit-lovers to help educate about the needs of the domestic rabbit to the public, manufacturers and government in order to help them provide better conditions for these much abused animals.)

 (We move the world to protect animals.
We put animals on the global agenda.
Together we can end animal suffering.)

(Animal Rights UK is an organisation working to publicise and aid the efforts of the grassroot animal rights movement in the UK.)

Other UK Rescues & Sancturies

(We are a family ran, none profit charity that devotes our time to rescuing and rehoming Greyhounds, Lurchers and Whippets all over the Northeast.)

(We are a recognised Scottish charity, established in 2003, to provide permanent homes to donkeys and mules in need of sanctuary whether due to cruelty or neglect or because their current owners are no longer able to care for them.)

(A no kill animal rescue centre in UK helping many animals who are sick, injured & difficult.)

(The North East Wildlife & Animal Rescue Centre, Ellon, Aberdeenshire
Sanctuary for domestic animals in our care and a rehabilitation service for wildlife prior to release.)

(Monkey World - Ape Rescue Centre is a 65 acre park in the heart of the Dorset countryside. It's home to over 250 rescued monkeys and apes of 20 different species.)

(We are a private rescue located in Edinburgh that rehome dogs of any breed, age, shape and size to suitable homes within Scotland.)

(Berwick Swan and Wildlife Trust exists to rescue, treat and release wildlife as far afield as Newcastle, Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders.)

Sooo, I have to admit when I started compiling this I had no idea how many pages I actually follow. Fast forward a good few hours and we're finally at this point. As you'll see some of these pages are fun photo posting accounts of cuteness, some are serious spreading imortant messages and many are inbetween the two. A huge percentage are also non-profits or charities etc and rely on dontaions, fundraising and the like so once you become a part of the community it is always lovely to be able to donate and help their missions - at least 10 of the above are causes very close to my heart that I support regularly.
Anyway, I hope you find a page for you that you can follow along with and have your day brightened by when a beautiful bunny, pretty pig, fabulous fox and more pop up in your feed. I'm always on the hunt for more pages to like so feel free to share your favorites in the comments below!!

Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Disneyland Paris 2017 - Disney Illuminations pt.2

Before reading on please pop over and check out part 1 of this post here >  Disney Illuminations pt.1 .
Ah. So, I guess this is the last of my DLP17 photos and therefore the last Disneyland Paris posts of the year. My next trip is now 180 days away so until then I have a few ideas for other DLP related content every other Wednesday - always open to ideas though if there are specific things you like to see or hear about.
Here is the end of my Disney Illuminations photography, anyway!

Until next time check out the previous posts in this series:

Disney Illuminations pt.1
Disneyland Paris 2017 - Part 5
Disneyland Paris 2017 - Part 4 
Disneyland Paris 2017 - Part 3

Disneyland Paris 2017 - Part 2
Disneyland Paris 2017 - Part 1
Character Meet and Greets
Disney Stars on Parade pt.1 
Disney Stars on Parade pt.2