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Disney has always been so meaningful to me. I remember growing up, I always wanted to be a character at Disneyland. Luckily, when I moved down to Southern California, my dreams came true. I began working in the entertainment department at the Disneyland Resort and had the most magical experience of my life.IMG_2679 IMG_2681

Think about it, you get to meet various people from all around the world and it’s YOU who gets to put a big smile on their faces!

I felt such joy and the biggest reward when I got to witness guests’ faces light up. Trust me, I miss working there more than ever. As a former cast member, Disney characters will always have such a special place in my heart. Even though I no longer work at the happiest place on earth, lots of my friends still do!
My best friend Ashlee is cool enough dance almost every day in Disney California Adventure’s Pixar Play Parade! She’s a Monster’s University cheerleader and gets to kick off every parade with the countdown to fun!ashlee ashlee2

Not only is she insanely awesome in so many ways, but it’s her birthday! So for this week’s treat of the week, we’re going to make Monster’s Inc. themed Oreo pops! Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan are two of the greatest monsters on the scare floor. Lucky for us, we get to make little monsters right here in our kitchen!IMG_2703

So these Oreo pops are dedicated to you, Ash! May your birthday be filled with lots of Monsters Inc. Oreo pops, Sprinkles cupcakes, and cardboard cut-outs, and great memories with wonderful people.


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