That’s right, it’s October and that means autumn leaves and pumpkins. It also means that Jen is allowed to sing ‘This is Halloween’ from Nightmare before Christmas solidly for a month. “Thems the rules!” So lets all join her, after 3… 1,2,3 This is Halloween…
Happy Birthday to us.
It’s a year since our first episode Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs. And since then we have had such an exciting time. Katie nearly passed out with excitement recording Newsies and Jen’s heart nearly burst during The Little Mermaid. Way back we had the Lion King / Robin Hood debate that still rankles Katie to this day. We adopted Julie Android as a thing, and found out just how many roles Patrick Stewart turned down. We had two great guests Tim Nydell for Pinocchio and Gary Lane for Beauty and the Beast and were guests ourselves on their podcast Saturday Morning Rewind.
Jen and I don’t get to see each other very often and when we get together we have a hilarious time creating the photographs we use for each podcast and our planning sessions are so full of excitement about the films that are on the horizon and how much we are looking forward to sharing them with you.
The fact that one day the KJDPod was just an idea and now it’s a whole year old is so amazing to me and I’m so proud of us and it just shows you that all you need to do to be a podcaster is make a podcast, the rest comes later!
Thank you for reading, for listening and supporting us and here’s to many more years of Disney magic from Jen and myself.
The Little Mermaid was the 25th film that we have covered on KJDPod. Here are all the others! We’re so excited with how the Podcast is going. Thank you for your support and here’s to the next 25!
Happy New Year Everyone! We hope you have a wonderful 2017. And thank you for listening to the podcast.
I’m so excited to tell you that because it is the public domain I can share a link to the entire story of A Christmas Carol all the way from “Marley was dead, to begin with.” to “God Bless Us Everyone”
Craft time again head to https://family.disney.com/craft/rapunzel-holiday-ornament/
To make one of these….
Winter trivia: On this day in 1937, Walt Disney’s first ever animated film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, premiered.
Disney Christmas Alphabet Challenge
Write A to Z down a page. Now you have to think of a Disney related word AND a Christmas related word for each letter.
E.g. A = Alice and Angel