Disney is an important part of our lives. We love to watch Disney movies and shows, sing Disney songs, and we absolutely love visiting Walt Disney World!
Unfortunately, for the first time in forever (since I was about 7, since our children were born) we won’t be able to take our annual trip to Disney World. This is a huge deal to us! Disney World is the place we go when our family needs to recharge and reconnect. It’s where we go when the weighs of the world press down upon us and we drift away from what matters most.
Not taking our trip could bring us down, but it won’t because if there’s one thing we’ve learned it’s that you can either see the magic, or you can walk right passed without even noticing.
We plan to notice!
But it will be a journey! Our family’s been through a rough couple of years, our relationships are frayed, our home is a cluttered mess, our finances are in the dumps, and our health isn’t where we want it to be.
The main blogger will likely be myself, Sarah. I’m a 35 year old mother of 4. I’ve had cancer, I’ve had a bilateral mastectomy, and I hit menopause when I was 34, and then again when I was 35, yeah chemo and surgery take a toll. Over the last year I’ve spent a lot of time rethinking who I am and what’s important to me. But I haven’t actually done very much about any of my thoughts. This site will (I hope) be my accountability in a way my internal workings aren’t.
Our Children are Ella, Agatha, Cordelia, and Brom. Their work will be featured on the blog, after all, this site started out as their creation. Not only will they make their own contributions, but I’ll also use this as a platform to highlight the things we do together as a homeschooling family.
Together we want to bring magic, love, and happiness into our home, but also into he homes of so many other people. Because really, that’s what Disney’s about. Magic.