01 January 2012

Disney This Week - 1 January 2012

We’ve made it to 2012, and I wouldn’t be here without many wonderful friends, colleagues, family members, and each and every one of you reading this. In the coming year, I hope to find new ways to make you think of Walt Disney World, give you some ideas, feed that rumbly in your tumbly, and give you glimpses into the Vacation Kingdom of the past like we’ve never done before. As we continue on this journey together, I hope you will take me at my word that I really want to hear from everyone out there! Feel free to email or tweet to me with you questions or ideas you’d like me to cover, and join in on the discussion by commenting on articles that tickle or intrigue you.

Here’s hoping that 2012 is bigger and brighter than 2011 ever dreamed of being! Now, let’s stop off to see only a few of the wonderful Disney writers out there to start the new year!

George Taylor takes a couple of pages from the past as he explores Earth Station and WorldKey at EPCOT Center and the Skyway between Tomorrowland and Fantasyland for Imaginerding.

We are reminded about the It Gets Better Project by Suzannah DiMarzio and Zannaland.

AJ Wolfe hands out the 2011 DFB Choice Awards for the best and favorite foods in Walt Disney World at The Disney Food Blog.

For those of us who have yet to make it there, Sam Gennawey gives SamLand’s Disney Adventures readers a walking tour of the Walt Disney Family Museum.

The details of the new house of the mouse, the Town Square Theater, are dissected by Michael Crawford at Progress City, U.S.A.

Andy Jackson takes a parting glance at the holidays of Camp Minnie-Mickey in Eating (and Drinking) around the World.

We get the breakdown on Capt. Cook’s Lemon Ginger Cupcake from Sarah Holodick and Eating WDW.

D.J. Jones weighs in on the Disneyland vs. Walt Disney World debate at The World of Deej.

We all have wishes for Walt Disney World, and Stelle gives us five of her Walt Disney World wishes at This Happy Place.

Adam and Andrew remember Wonders of Life’s Goofy About Health for Disney Hipsters.

Melissa Loflin looks into the dietary and nutritional aspects of Disney’s Animal Kingdom at Makin’ Memories.

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