Save the Maelstrom!

22 Aug

Recently I read Katherine’s post about the Norway Pavilion in EPCOT and also the Maelstrom ride.   Recently there have been rumors flying about that Disney is going to close the ride and open a Frozen themed ride there instead.

Except it might not be just a rumor.  For my trip down in September, a Fast Pass was available for the Thursday but when I looked at Sunday, it wasn’t an option.  As of September 28, there appears to be NO Fast Passes for this attraction.


Don’t get me wrong, I love Frozen as much as the next person…ok MORE than the next person, but I think closing the Maelstrom attraction and replacing it with a Frozen ride, is well, wrong.

First of all, all the pavilions in EPCOT are sponsored by their respective country.  Norway doesn’t want a Frozen ride there.  Why?  Because, although Frozen is inspired by Norwegian culture, it occurs in a fictional location of Arendelle, NOT Norway.  Why should this country sponsor a pavilion that does not reflect it’s culture, but rather reflect a fictional town?  It’s not right.  All the other countries get to keep what makes them them.  If Mulan had done better, would the China pavilion be forced to change it’s movie to something Mulan themed?

Furthermore, the World Showcase is kinda sacred.  It is the one place in WDW that is Disney without being DISNEY.  You know what I mean?  It’s bad enough they changed the El Rio del Tiempo ride to incorporate the Three Caballeros (which is completely UNNECESSARY – please change it back!) but don’t do this to Norway.  I love Disney and I love the characters, but the World Showcase is not meant to feature or focus on a specific Disney movie, theme, character, etc.  It is meant to “share the world” with the guests.  If you want to create a Frozen attraction, GREAT!  But put it where it belongs…in MGM Hollywood Studios (where movies are the theme) or in the Magic Kingdom with the rest of the Princesses!  Frozen does not belong in the World Showcase.

But perhaps most importantly…IT’S THE MAELSTROM!  Everyone loves this ride (although they may not love the movie at the end of it).  Admit it, no matter how many times you go on the ride, there is always that moment when you think/wonder if the boat is going to go over the edge.  


Just a little bit further…

So here is my idea…I know I only have like 10 people reading this…maybe (but you are an awesome 10 people!).  BUT you guys each have a significant number of readers.  I was wondering if there was a way to kind of get an online petition going.  I was thinking if we could spread the word to enough people, using twitter and tweet @WaltDisneyWorld with #SaveMaelstrom (as well as anything else you would like to say), maybe we can get back to them how many people are not happy with this change.

Unless of course I’m the only person who is not happy with this, in which case, hey, at least I tried.

I realize nothing may come of this, and that there are issues a lot more important to petition, but Disney is a customer driven business…I think they should know what their costumers think, right?


Look at those eyes?!?! How can you say no to that face?

*editors note: apparently #SaveMaelstrom is already out there…but keep it going!  And make sure @WaltDisneyWorld is seeing it!

I’m Pretty Sure I’m Over Thinking This…I Think

20 Aug

I love to dress up for RunDisney races.  Usually my costumes are not very elaborate, but I like to think you get the idea.

I also love to plan my vacations, especially the ones to Disney.  Part of that means that I actually have my costumes for my next 5 RunDisney races planned out.

A while back I had decided to I was going to dress up as the Genie for the Wine and Dine half marathon (which is going to be amazingly fun because there are some super amazing people going!).

This may sound silly, but with the tragic death of Robin Williams, I’m wondering now if the costume will be saying “something.”  

I, like almost everyone, was saddened, and dare I say it, devastated, so in no way do I want to insult or be insensitive or anything other than, I just really wanted to dress like the Genie.  He is, was, and always will be one of my favorite characters.

Somewhat ironically, my only 2 Wine & Dine experiences have been run with a heavy heart.  My first race, I ran with an I <3 NY sticker on my shirt since it was barely 2 weeks since Sandy had hit and devastated my beloved city.  I had actually ran to raise money to help with Sandy relief.  Last year I ran with a black armband in memory of my friend’s father-in-law who sadly succumbed to cancer the day before I left.

Perhaps its fitting that I still dress as the Genie, or perhaps it’s too soon (yes I’m aware the race is still 2+ months away).  Or simply, I’m over thinking this.  Maybe It’s OK to still dress as him and people will just think “hey, nice costume” or maybe it will bring back a happy childhood memory…or maybe they’ll have no idea who I’m supposed to be.

I clearly do not have the brain of a normal human being.

Week in Training (and my Cooking Kinda Sucked) 8/11-8/17/14

18 Aug

This week kinda sucked for a lot of reasons.  One of which, I’ve been working a lot of overtime, including on Saturdays so my running and cooking has been extra sacrificed…stupid work.  Note to self: get on that win lotto plan ASAP.

I cooked some bacon wrapped chicken (OMG SO GOOD) with Sweet & Savory Sweet Potatoes (both are Paleo) and then I also made chicken parmigiana with pasta with garlic and oil (both not paleo…at all) and tacos (again, not so much with the paleo).  Plus I should have kept in touch with my accountabilibuddies (is that how we spell that) because yesterday I made a LOT of bad decisions food wise…what?  Pizza is perfectly OK for breakfast!

BUT on the plus side, I had a PR for the 500m Row in CrossFit which I’m actually kinda proud of and not entirely ashamed of.  Yay me!

Monday – CrossFit
Warm-Up: On the Minute for 12 minutes, Even – 3 Strict Pull-Ups, Odd – 6 HSPU (Regular Push-Ups for me)
Skill: Squat Cleans – 5×4 @ 45#, 3×3 @65#, 1 @75# (that’s the warm-up) then 4×3 @ 80#
WOD: 500m Row (1:56.3)  I was uber happy with this time because I can rarely maintain an under 2:00 pace for that distance…and I did it!  Yay!  Extra happy because I didn’t think my legs could move after all those squats!

Tuesday – CrossFit
Warm-Up: 400m Row/20 PVC Rotations/20 PVC Thrusters/ 20 Wall Squats
Skill: Push Jerks – 2×4 @ 50#, 3×3 @ 60#, 1 @ 65# (warm-up) then 2 x (2+1) @ 60#, 2 x (2+1) @ 65#
WOD: 3 Rounds
20 KB Swings (24/16kg) 12kg
20 Gobble Thrusters (24/16) 12
Time: 7:50 (I did not RX this workout because while the swings w/ 16 is doable, the thrusters were awkward and not very strong and so I used the 12)

Wednesday – Rest Day

Thursday – CrossFit 
WOD: Partner WOD Time Cap 30 minutes
100 KB Swings (24/16)
800m Run
100 Wall Balls 
800m Run
100 Ab Mat Sit-Ups
800m Run
100 Push Press (75/55)
800m Run
You were allowed to divvy up the workout however you likes EXCEPT the run.  Each partner had to run 400m and you could not start until your partner came back. This was where having me as a partner REALLY hurts you.  Not gonna lie, I rocked the Swings, the Wall Balls (I did more of them), the Ab Mat Sit-Ups (I tried to do more of those) and the Push Presses, but with me running, just couldn’t finish in the cap :(

Friday – CrossFit
Warm-Up: 2 rounds – Crab Walk, 20 Snatch w/ OHS w/ PVC, 10 in place inch worms
Skill: Squat Snatch – 3×5@ 20#, 2×3 @ 30#, I @30# (warm-up) then 3 @ 30#, 3 @ 30#, 3 @ 35#, 2 @ 35#, 1 @ 40#
WOD: 12 minute cap
200 Double Unders
50 Hang Cleans (95/65) – if you pause from the hang or put your bar on the floor, 10 burpee penalty
I got through 83 Double Unders.  I’ve mentioned I suck at these right?  But the highlight, I kinda got some consecutive jumps going, yay!

Saturday – Rest Day (worked ALL day)

Sunday – Lazy Day.  Lazy Days are different than rest days because with the exception of a quick run to target and prepping dinner, I did NOTHING.  But I needed that.

What are the goals for this weeK?  The same thing I try every week Pinky…try to take over the world!  Oops!  Sorry, I mean try to run and cook!

Friday Five: Favorite Disney Theatrical Productions (on Broadway)

15 Aug

I have yet to do a Friday Five thing and in my extreme anger towards Disney regarding the Disney Fit Challenge, I am trying to focus on what I love about Disney.  So I figure I would give this a try.  I kid you not, I had a dream about writing a post about the top five favorite Disney productions on Broadway so that’s the theme I’m going with.

1. Beauty and the Beast – This show was Disney’s first production on Broadway, and honestly, I still think it was it’s best.  This was the first Broadway play I EVER saw and I saw it in 1994 (the year it opened).  The production is still so vivid in my mind that I still remember the original cast I saw (Susan Egan and Terrance Mann).  In my opinion, it was the easiest of the Disney films to transition the stage.  The songs they added not only fit well into the original story, but were well written as well.  The performances were amazing, the costumes were perfect and the set design was just like the movie.  I had no idea what Broadway was before seeing this show, but I was forever comparing every show I saw after it to it.  I saw it again in it final year.  I wish it was still on Broadway because I would love to share it with so many people.


2. Aida – I know what you’re going to say, is this really Disney?  True, Aida was never an animated feature (or live action movie) produced by Disney, but the theatrical production WAS.  The story is based on an opera and is the tale of a Nubian Princess (who becomes a slave) and falls in love with an Egyptian Captain (who is to marry an Egyptian Princess), it’s your love triangle deal.  This production was more “serious” than you would expect from Disney and there was no happy ending…kinda…but what operas have happy endings?  The music and lyrics were written by Tim Rice and Elton John.  The part of Aida was written specifically with Heather Headley (who was the original Nala in the Lion King production) and man, was that part made for her!  I still get chills thinking of her performance (I was also fortunate enough to see the original cast of this one as well).  With Adam Pascal (of Rent fame) as the male lead, again, the performances for this play was amazing, I loved pretty much every song and well, it was just a damn good show.


3. Aladdin – I saw this musical shortly after it opened.  I’ll be honest, it’s this high on the list for it’s show stopping factor.  Yes the performances were good, but I honestly was not crazy about some of the new songs added.  For example I feel like Jasmine’s song could have been better.  It instead felt like it was just thrown in there because Jasmine is the female lead and therefore needs to have a song.  But believe me when I say the effects, the costumes and the scenery are what show stopping should be.  You know where the cost of your ticket went to pay.  You have to get used to the idea of Aladdin having three “sidekicks” for comic relief, instead of Abu.  And there’s the Genie.  The Genie is very good, but when you see it, you can’t go in expecting the Genie from the movie because well, he’s not Robin Williams.  No one is.  And no one can be.  It’s just too high of an impossible standard to live up to (I have more to say about that, but can’t).  I mean, he even says it in the movie “The ever impressive, the long contained, the often imitated, but NEVER duplicated…Genie of the Lamp.”  Anyway, it’s definitely an enjoyable musical, just don’t expect it to be exactly like the movie.


4. Newsies – I love the movie.  I love the music.  I love the dancing.  And so when there was a Broadway production of it, I HAD to go see it!.  Here’s the thing, I will gladly watch this musical over and over again, for one reason only, the choreography.  The dancing is phenomenal!  The things they do, OMG!  There are no words!  Plus there’s a tap number!  I’m a sucker for a tap number.  There is NOT enough tap in this world!  The reason why this play is not higher on this list is I am not particularly crazy about some of the plot changes.  I’m not saying that the plot of the movie is so brilliant, but yeah, I still can’t get over some of the decisions they made.  They made Bill Pullman’s character a woman and therefore the love interest (can I point out the age difference here between her and Jack Kelly?!?!) when what they could have done is just develop the already existing love interest from the movie who is at least the same age and would not go to jail for having a relationship with him.  And honestly, I’m not that crazy about her character, Bill Pullman was better. Plus the whole “Jack’s a talented artist” aspect, eh, I could take it or leave it.  They also changed some of the lyrics to the songs from the movie, which made it difficult to sing along, but I can get over that.  Where was I going with this?  Oh yeah, the dancing is freaking awesome!  Go see it!


5. The Lion King – Shock of all shock this is not higher on the list!  Don’t get me wrong.  It’s the Lion King.  Everyone loves the Lion King.  This too I saw the original cast perform (and then saw it again last year).  The costumes are amazing.  They way they are able to create the animals is phenomenal and uber creative and unlike anything you’ve seen (unless you’ve been to WDW because I’m pretty sure they’ve adopted that for some of the shows/parades there).  Anyway, they way they immerse the audience is incredible.  The performance will go into the aisles and you feel like you are part of the show, you are in that world.  However, again, there were decisions made that just seem off.  “The Madness of King Scar”  for example.  Some of the songs added fit in and some of them didn’t.  That particular song did not because it created this MAJOR plot point which was not developed, expanded and honestly shouldn’t have been even mentioned.  Essentially, Scar gets all upset that he’s not loved and thinks it’s because he doesn’t have a queen (not the fact that everyone is starving).  And guess who he decides should be his queen.  Nala.  You know, the lion half his age.  Anyway, instead of this proposition is what is used to motivate her to leave the pride and that’s when she finds Simba.  What was wrong with her being in search of food (or somewhere else to live) like in the movie?  Other than those 5 minutes where he sings and then creeps her out, this new plot “twist” is never mentioned or brought up again which really makes you wonder, why the even did it in the first place.  You want to give Scar another song, that’s cool, but this shouldn’t have been it.  You wanted to develop Nala’s character a little?  That’s cool too, but there was no other way to do it than giving her a creepy old lion hitting on her?  Sorry.  Umm, despite my rant about this, as I mentioned, this takes up all of 5 minutes of the production and should not be used as a reason to not go see it.  Because you should go see it.  It’s the freaking Lion King.


Honorable Mention - Mary Poppins.  If you saw Mary Poppins and what they did with that set, O. M. G.  


Obviously, all of the above are my opinions, if you have seen any of these shows and disagree with me, that’s cool.  I understand.  

If you haven’t seen any of these shows…you should!  Except, well, unfortunately you can’t see some of them, but the ones you can, GO DO EET!

Why Disney?!?! Why?!?!

14 Aug

When you register for anything Disney related, you expected it to be well run with pretty much every minute thoroughly planned out.  Some people like this, some people don’t.  The OCD planner in me loves this.  No thinking involved.  Disney has told me when and where to be and so I will that’s what I’ll do!

Disney released the news of the Disney Fit Challenge back in March.  It is essentially a CrossFit competition, with varying ability levels, taking place in the Wide World of Sports.  When the announcement was made, there was very limited, or rather no, information released with it, other than the registration date.  In fact, it wasn’t until the registration that you got any real specifics about it.

However, at the time of the announcement, we knew the following: it was have a recreational, scaled, RX and elite division, we are guaranteed 5 WODs, and you could sign up for the competition on Friday or Saturday with Sunday was left for the top people to compete.

I decided to register for Saturday because that is when Jenn was doing it and we decided it would be fun to go on the same day.  Sarah is also part of this plan too, but since she has no idea who I am, I don’t think I mattered in her planning lol.

Anyway, the only reason this trip is even feasible is because Doug has off from school that Thursday & Friday because of Rosh Hashanah.  So the plan was to fly down crack of dawn Thursday morning (actually, might even be before the sun comes up) and then fly back on Sunday night.  

It’s not a lot of time, but we can easily do the Food & Wine festival, twice.  And now that they’ve extended the Frozen Summer Celebration in MGM Hollywood Studios through then end of September, obviously we make time for that.  It will be a packed trip but fun and this is all based on the fact that I am slow and therefore will not be making it to the Sunday “top competitors” workouts.  Yay for being average! :)

And then Disney decides to screw us with a little more than a month to go.  They announced that there will no longer be a competition on Friday.  OK, not so bad, I wasn’t doing Friday anyway.  But wait!  There’s more!  Those guaranteed 5 WODs are now going to be spread out over Saturday AND Sunday, which means Sunday is now for everyone, not just the top people.

Besides the fact that I was planning on spending Sunday until leaving for the flight at Epcot, I can’t do Sunday because, as I’ve just mentioned, my flight is on Sunday!  I would need to leave for the airport BEFORE the competition is scheduled to end.  My flight is non-negotiable.  There is no later option and I cannot fly back on Monday.  Way to screw us.

Rumor has it that Sunday may be optional, but that’s just a rumor.  And why do I not know anything really?  Because the most amazing part is that Disney has still not notified it’s Saturday competitors!  I only know about this change because someone posted a “complaint” about it on the facebook page.

First of all, this change is wrong.  I don’t care that its in your “terms and conditions” you cannot make this type of change this close to the competition.  EVERYONE has finalized hotels and flights and the cost of changing it is ridiculous.  Not to mention, even if this Sunday is “optional”  that means we are paying all this money for less than we were supposed to be getting.  We were supposed to get 5 WODs.  If we skip Sunday, we don’t get those.  Not to mention, who knows what else is at issue if we don’t participate.  Do we get a DNF (did not finish?).  

And the not knowing what the hell this change involves brings me to gripe #2, HOW CAN YOU NOT NOTIFY EVERYONE?!?!  You are Disney.  You are as meticulous about planning as it comes.  It doesn’t matter that we weren’t scheduled for the Friday competition, this change still affects us and therefore you should have notified everyone at the same freaking time!  Or notified us at all PERIOD.  Where is my email telling me what the hell is going on?!?!  I found out about this on Monday, but apparently the Friday people were informed last Friday.  It’s been a week Disney.  A freaking week and you have still yet to tell the Saturday people what the hell is going on.  

Not to mention, even the people who were made aware, also have no idea what the hell is going on.  Apparently the notification was just notifying the it was now Saturday and Sunday without any specifics as to what this change entails.

I’ve got to say, I LOVE Disney and I LOVE CrossFit, but thus far I am VERY disappointed in the handling of this event.  I understand it’s a first time event, and so maybe I should have a bit more patience, but this is NOT how Disney operates, first time event or not. 


When Disney People Run Non-Disney Races

12 Aug

On Sunday I ran the NYRR Join the Voices 5M race.  I’m not going to lie, I was not optimistic about doing this.  Registering was an impulse, I hadn’t run in forever, there were hills, humidity, and the night before I was at a 25th Wedding Anniversary Party.

That being said, this race was the most fun I’ve had while running and that was for one reason: Nicole.  If you can somehow score her as a running buddy, DO EET!

I registered basically because Nicole “told” me to, in order to help me find the fun in running again…and man, she delivers!

So let’s start at the beginning.  The Join the Voices 5M is 1 loop around Central Park that does NOT include the big mac daddy HILL OF DOOM Harlem Hill, yay!  That doesn’t mean there aren’t lots of other hills, but I will gladly take it.

According to the weather channel app, it was 70 degrees and 80% humidity…at 7:30 am.  I was breaking into a sweat just walking to the start line and yet, the Event Alert Level was low, go figure.

Did I mention I was dreading this run?  Because I’m slow and I haven’t been running and I was out late the night before?

Anyway, finally get to the bag check where I get to meet the fabulous Nicole in person.  No, I don’t have any pictures of us or this race because I’m a craptastic blogger, and yes, most of this post will be talking about how awesome she is, especially to run with!

Random highlight of the day, while at the bag check, this random (beautiful) dog decided it wanted to chill between my legs.  Seriously.  It just kinda made its home there.  I would have been perfectly happy to steal watch her, but sadly her owner took her away.  Stupid owner.

Sorry for the random tangent.  Nicole and I walk WAAAAAAAAY back to my corral, big surprise, NYRR has put me in the last one.  Yes, I know I’m slow.  Thank you.  I’m pretty sure I had already done 5 miles at this point.

Like all NYRR races, there is no corral by corral start, they kind of drop all the ropes and it’s a free for all at that point.  Plan?  Run, walk the water stops because I did not inherit the coordination ability of drinking and running.  Sad but true.

The reality is, I can’t actually give a recap of the race itself because honestly it went by so fast and I was having so much fun talking/singing with Nicole that I really don’t remember anything specific about the course.

Of course, when I say it went by fast, I don’t actually mean it was fast because, I’m slow, no seriously, this was one of my slowest races pace-wise.  But it was fast in that, wait?  We’re really almost done running?  We’ve been running how long?  Get outta here!

So, highlights of the race:
-course was for the most part shady, which was good, because it was hot and I had sweat painfully dripping into my eyes
-no big mac daddy HILL OF DOOM
-stuck to plan, ran all but water breaks (which there thankfully was shortly after each mile, did I mention it was humid and hot?)
-finally getting to hear Nicole’s rendition of “I Hate Hills”
– randomly bursting into “America!  Spread your golden wings…” at least 3 times, including at the very end where this “kid” turned around, saw these weirdos coming at him and rather than let us pass him, he sped up to get away from us.  I like to think that we (and Disney) pushed him to a PR
-taking turns singing “Be Our Guest” until lack of oxygen to my brain made me skip my turn (my bad!)
-getting psyched for the WDW marathon by having Nicole pretend the last mile of this race was the end of the marathon, “look, we’re at the Boardwalk!” “there’s colonial Goofy!  Sorry Goofy, no time to stop!” “there’s the big golf ball, you’re gonna do it!” “Thank the Phoenicians!”  OK, with the exception of the “Thank the Phoenicians!” the other dialogue might be paraphrased, but you get the gist.

I’m sorry this isn’t a better recap of the race itself, but I was too busy having a blast to pay attention to things like pace (which was obvious since I was so stinking slow) or the course or anything!

Moral of the story?  Would I do this race again?  Probably.  Definitely if I get my kick ass running buddy again!

Week in Training (and it was too crazy for much cooking) 8/4-8/10/14

11 Aug

To sum up, I ran!  Yay!  But I’ll get to that.

Also, due to a LOT of scheduling chaos, I didn’t really cook that much.  I made a cocoa butternut chilli…paleo, and came out ok, I definitely need to tweak it slightly next time I make it!

It was a kind of “easy” week at CrossFit.  We’re starting a new strength training cycle and so this week was testing our 1 rep maxes.   Something was definitely wrong because I was WEAK.  And I wasn’t the only one.  But what are you going to do?  Any given day, right?

Monday - CrossFit
Warm-up: 500m Row, On the Minute for 10 minutes: Even – 7 Burpees Odd- 7 Strict Presses (w/35#)
Skill: 2 Rounds of 5 Strict Press, 5 Push Press, 5 Push Jerk (all w/ 35#)
WOD: 1 Rep Max Push Jerk – 95# I’m a little annoyed/disappointed in this.  We had done push jerks a while back and had done 2 reps.  I hit 95 for 2, which makes me think I SHOULD have been able to do more for 1, but nope, couldn’t.  Stupid brain.

Tuesday – CrossFit
Warm-Up: 30 inch worms, Squat Walk (back and forth) and Shoulder Stretch
Skill: 10 Front Squats, 10 Hang Cleans, 10 Squat Cleans (all w/ 35#)
WOD: 1 Rep Max Squat Clean – 105# I’m also a little annoyed/disappointed with this because I hit 115# during the competition last month PLUS even the 95# and 105# took a few tries to hit.  I’m definitely off this week :/

Wednesday – Rest Day.  I also went to a wedding.  Can I just say, going to a wedding on a Wednesday kinda sucks…unless you’re in WDW.  Then no matter what day it is, it will be awesome!

Thursday – CrossFit
Warm-Up: 1000m Row, 50 Lunges, 50 Barbell Lunges (in place, 35# bar)
Skill: 10 Sumo High Pulls, 10 Hang Snatch, 10 OHS (all with 15#)
WOD: 1 Rep Max Squat Snatch – 50# Clearly, this is not my strongest movement.  I can snatch more than this, but I have a lot of issue with the speed of getting under the bar and landing in the squat, hence the low poundage. 

Friday – CrossFit
Warm-Up: 3 Rounds of 200m Run, :30 Hand-Stand Hold (or as close as you can get), 10 PVC Rotations and 10 OHS w/ PVC
WOD: 4 Rounds for time
400m Run
100 Double Unders (due to time constraints, I had to do 300 singles)
Time – 29:16

Saturday – Rest Day & 25th Wedding Anniversary Party

Sunday – NYRR Join the Voices 5M race (recap to follow)

That’s about all for now!

Goal for this week: Get back to cooking, ride the running train and see Guardians of the Galaxy (again!)

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