June 11, 2010

Disney Blog Carnival: Music

Today's theme: Music!

I love Disney music! So I'm tried to narrow this down to the three most significant songs to me.

First is my favorite ride song. I *love* the message of this song. It's my default ringtone whenever we are in the parks. It makes me happy. :)

Second is "Wishes," the soundtrack to the Magic Kingdom fireworks show. I can't find this anywhere to download on its own. So, I downloaded a video of the show onto my phone so I can listen to it anywhere I want. It's the best Disney medley ever, plus I love the Wishes song itself.

This last song is by far the one that means the most to me. A big reason is because, when I was little, my dad would sing this song and dance around with me in the living room. And the other big reason is that, when we got married, this is the song we walked down the aisle to. (My dad co-officiated, so SoldierMan walked me both down and back up the aisle.) So it's "our song." Every time it plays in the parks, we stop and kiss. :) Yeah, we're cheesy like that.

So, that's the end of the blog carnival. I hope you had fun on your mini-virtual vacation. I know I did! And if you haven't yet, be sure to go back through this week and visit not only my posts but the ones who linked up, because every BB has different stories, different experiences and different pictures. Even if you have never been to Disney, don't have kids or never thought of it as a place for girlfriends or a romantic getaway, I think you'll see a side of Disney you never have.

Thanks for playing! :)


  1. that is so so sweet!! aurora is by far my favorite princess, she is definitely the prettiest!
    and i absolutely LOVE disney music!!!

  2. I am so sad that I didn't get to finish participating. I have a couple of days to catch up on.
    I am so glad you love the carousel of progress. Everyone I have taken on there seems to hate it, but I LOVE it. I definitely think we are kindred spirits. ;)


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