It's a world of laughter, a world of tears
It's a world of hopes, it's a world of fears
There's so much that we share
That it's time we're aware
It's a small world after all
There is just one moon, and one golden sun
And a smile means friendship to everyone
Thought the mountains divide
And the oceans divide
It's a small world after all...
(I will let you sing the chorus. I know I will have this jingle stuck in my head all day.)
The name of the kit really hit home for me. After suddenly and unexpectedly loosing my husband in January, my girls and I have discovered a new world of laughter with the help of MANY wonderful people, friends and family. The first thing I did after moving back to Florida in February was take the girls to Disney World. I called Disney Vacation Club, made hotel and dining reservations. Packed us up and literally, we were walking down Magic Kingdom's Main Street the very next morning. What better way to turn a frown upside down then to go to the Happiest Place on Earth! Like most trips, our first stop was Fantasyland. (I had never gone on a trip to WDW that wasn't micro-planned months in advance. It was awesome!)
My girls and I love going to The Land Pavilion in Epcot to sail aboard a fascinating boat ride in Living With The Land (my favorite ride in all of WDW) then grab a (counter service) meal at Sunshine Seasons Food Court. Great for breakfast, lunch or dinner with lots of great options for everyone. Sunshine Seasons is our favorite counter service in Epcot, combined with Living With the Land - oh happy day! My older daughter is usually not this animated especially in public. Must be the Disney magic because I still can't believe she even let me take pictures of her! This was from our Pixar Weekend trip to Epcot in May.
I always leave the Land with serious garden envy and new aspirations for my own aspiring tendrils at home. Not to worry, you will not leave empty nor will your hard drive. Please stop by the Creative Teams blogs for some adorable goodies. Here are the links:
If you haven't stopped by Natalie's already to pick up this kit, here is the link to Natalie's Little Corner of the World.
I made a few things for you as well. My favorite part of It's A Small World ride is not only all the happy children from all over the world but when the boat turns a wide corner revealing all of the farewell signs in various languages, all of which are textured with loads of glitter. I guess it goes back to the bling. Since I prefer options when I scrap, I left the word art black so that you can colorize it or fill it with glitter tiles or paper. Think of them as a template.
Thank you for stopping by! I hope today your world will be full of laughter.