Rumor has it that all princesses disappear throughout the Disney parks at the setting of the sun. Almost like Cinderella at midnight, but even more dramatic. Disney does love drama. But what about the princes? No one ever tells you how hard it is to find a freaking PRINCE AT DISNEY WORLD! Now, you might be thinking... … Continue reading Why is it SO HARD to Find a Prince?
“Are we really going to ride this?” I ask, not even attempting to hide the skepticism in my voice as I stare up at the little fish swimming in a mechanical circle above us, lifting and dropping at the will of the steel arms parading them through the sky. The colors are vivid, abrasive against … Continue reading Water Rides Should Be Well-Marked
So I have decided to kick off my month of theme-park related posts with the most downtrodden among them. Why? Because I can! And because I'm a firm believer in saving the best for last. Which doesn't at all mean that this post is bad, by any means. In fact, I think it's quite good. … Continue reading The Most Depressing Thing About Amusement Parks
Okay, so hear me out. My leg has been hurting all day, and originally I thought my knee was the source of the pain, but two seconds ago when I got out of the shower I noticed a strange bruise on my leg. NO, I discovered, this was not a bruise at all, but a … Continue reading My Parents Definitely Didn’t Tell Me I Was Born a Cyborg
I have been betrayed. Completely and utterly betrayed. The unforgivable kind of betrayal that you only find out about after the act itself. It was of the cheese and garlic variety. My roommate--you know who you are!--went to Red Lobster. Without me. Rude. No, but really, those cheddar bay biscuits are to die for. And if … Continue reading Cheddar Bay Betrayal and Things Only Survivors Can Do
TEN-Final Three months later Niall’s back is against the picture window that looks out over the whole of Miami, twenty-seven stories high. His eyes are focused on the television set; some soccer game (or ‘football’ as he often scolded you these days) involving two teams you have never heard of. You check your watch, … Continue reading In a State of Denial: Final Chapter & Bonus!
EIGHT “You are lying,” Victoria says simply. “I know everything about Niall Horan. I’ve watched all of the YouTube videos, I follow all of the official Twitters and Instagrams, even the unofficial ones, and I am the co-founder of the One Direction fandom website. There has never been one hint of a relationship with anyone … Continue reading In a State of Denial: Chapters 8 & 9
Ha! Part 1 of 3 of my project-that-must-be-finished-today project complete! SIX You’re thankful for the distraction, it kick-starts your brain back into bodyguard mode; a mindset you never should have left to begin with. Except— Niall is running a confused hand through his already bedraggled hair (part of which may have been your fault) … Continue reading In a State of Denial: Chapters 6 & 7
Hey guys, sorry! I know I promised this post a couple of days ago but I have been sickly (the best way to enter back into your home country if you ask me) and have barely left my bed for the last two days. Perhaps that shouldn't have affected my writing schedule, but the tons … Continue reading Since When Did England Have a Desert?
*Warning: long post ahead*For those of you who are new and/or just visiting my blog, I have just recently returned from a study abroad trip to Oxford, England. While I was away I was also able to visit Scotland, Ireland, and France, so these are my tips and stories for packing and weather. Unfortunately, weather wasn't … Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Weather and Packing