Dr. Lee Returning Home To Dine At Club 33

After working 28 years at Club 33, it was so wonderful to return, but this time I was the guest!
Mickey and Pluto seemed happy to see me and I was sure happy to see them. Honestly, I miss Club 33, being there felt like home.

Dr. Lee Waiting For The Next Drink Order!

Dr. Lee Waiting For The Next Drink Order!

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Monday, December 29, 2014

Tinker Bell Half Marathon,2015:

 This race will move to Mother's Day weekend in 2015. Last year, more than 30,000 spectators and participants turned out for the race weekend, which drew a record 15,500 runners .

start a new year, and start getting into shape....Dr Lee

Tuesday, December 23, 2014


""""'MERRY CHRISTMAS"""""...............


Friday, December 19, 2014

Olaf Ornament:

 You'll melt for this adorable DIY decoration inspired by the snowman who loves summer....


White felt

Dark grey felt

Brown felt

Orange felt

Hot glue or craft glue

Light and dark colored pencils
(for tracing)


Print the template at family.disney.com/crafts/olaf-ornament. Trace the template pieces onto their designated felt color. Cut out the felt pieces and glue them together using the image as a guide.

Cut a piece of felt 1 1/2 inches long and form a loop.

Glue it to the back of the ornament. You can attach a tree hook or ribbon through the loop and hang the ornament from a holiday tree.

Elsa's Snowflake Hair Barrettes"

 Elsa is the coolest queen in the kingdom right now, and you can emulate a bit of her royal style with these unique snowflakes barrettes. Just as each snowflake is different, this no-sew craft leaves lots of room for creativity.


White glitter felt

Purple felt

Light blue felt

Small blue and purple rhinestones

Bobby pins large and small or barrettes of your choice

Hot glue or craft glue (hot glue should be used by adults only)


Print and cut out the snowflake templates you would like to use at family.disnet.com/crafts/elsas-snowflake-hair-barrettes.

Select a large snowflake template; trace it onto the backside of white glitter felt and cut it out.

Choose a medium snowflake and /or small snowflake template to layer on top of the large snowflake. Trace them onto blue and purple felt. Mix and match your snowflakes, alternating the colors.

Once your felt snowflake are all cut out, assemble them hot glue or craft glue. Add a rhinestone on the topmost snowflake. Use hot glue or craft glue to adhere them to a bobby pin or barrette of your choice. Allow the glue to fully dry before pinning them to hair.

For these and more fun crafts, check out family.disney.com

Happy holidays....Dr Lee


Rose Parade moments remembered:

 Nearly 10 years ago, on January 1, 2005, Mickey Mouse served as the grand marshal of the Rose Parade, part of Disney's long-standing relationship with the annual parade in Pasadena, California.

 That relationship began in 1938 when characters from the newly premiered "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" were prominently featured in the parade. In 1966, Walt Disney served as grand marshal: many years later, in 2000, Roy E. Disney, Walt's nephew and the head of Disney Animation, served in that role. Walt Disney Imagineering and Disney Entertainment representatives have served as float judges numerous times throughout the years.

 Disney is often recognized for presenting some of the most creative parade floats. In 2004, the Disneyland Resort presented "A Sudden Drop in Pitch"- at the time the tallest float in Rose Parade history at 110 feet- inspired by The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror attraction, which opened a few months later. In 2005, the resort's 50th anniversary was celebrated with a castle float titled "The Happiest Celebration on Earth." The following year, Disney created one of the longest floats in Rose Parade history(at 150 feet), which celebrated Disney Parks around the world. And in 2013, "Destination: Cars Land" celebrated the opening of the new land in Disney California Adventure Park.

The 2015 Rose Parade will be broadcast on ABC on January 1...........Dr Lee

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Dr Lee's letter to Santa:

  Dear Santa:

 I've been good all year.

Okay, most of the time.

Once in a while.

Never mind, I'll buy my own stuff.

Your friend...Dr Lee

Monday, December 8, 2014

New viewing options coming to Fantasmic!:

 Disneyland Park Guests will be able to experience the popular nighttime spectacular " Fantasmic! with new viewing options. Similar to the options for "World of Color" at Disney California Adventure Park, "Fantasmic!" will feature reserved and standby viewing as well as several  new dining viewing packages. Reserved viewing will give guests more time to enjoy other entertainment and attractions across the Disneyland Resort.

Beginning Dec.12, a "Famntasmic!" Fastpass  ticket will be  required to gain access to the show's reserved viewing space. Beginning at park opening, "Fantasmic!" Fastpass ticket distribution will take place along Big Thunder Trail in Frontierland on first-come, first-served basis until one hour prior to show time or while supplies last, whichever comes first. Each "Fantasmic!" Fastpass will indicate the assigned showtime, suggested return time and assigned viewing section. Also, a non-ticketed area will be available each night for limited stand-by viewing on a first-come, first-served basis.
"Fantasmic!" Fastpass tickets will also be included with the purchase of select dining packages. Participating restaurants include Blue Bayou Restaurant, a special table-service seating at River Belle Terrace, a new dessert party at Hungry Bear Restaurant, on-the-go options and more. Space is limited for these experiences, so advance reservations are recommended by booking online at Disneyland.com or calling 714-781-DINE (3463).

remember watching from Club 33...Dr Lee

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Maximize your Main Entrance Pass with MYMAGIC+ at Walt Disney World Resort:

 If you've been to the Walt Disney World Resort recently, you know that MYMAGIC+ offers Guests new and innovative ways to customize their visit like never before.

 Now, this new magic is extended to every Disney Cast Member and employee with a theme park Main Entrance Pass. That includes the ability to make FastPass+ selections in advance of your visit, plus use a MagicBand in place of your Main Entrance Pass at the theme parks.

 It all starts when you visit MyDisneyExperience.com, create a profile and link your Main Entrance Pass to your profile. You don't need to do this now-those enhancements are optional-but be sure to do it before your next Walt Disney World visit so that you can maximize your planning abilities. Plus, when you link a hotel reservation to My Disney Experience, you'll have access to an extended FastPass+ selection window plus the opportunity to customize MagicBands for each member of your travel party.

The other thing you'll need is a set of reusable Guest Passes, which are used to admit other Guests as well as redeem any FastPass+ selections you make for them in advance. Request them at www.disneyurl/mainentrancepassreplacements, or pick them up once in Florida at a Guest Relations window.

very cool...Dr Lee

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Then and Now:

 Celebrating the Holidays at the Disneyland Resort:

 The holidays have always been a special time at the Disneyland Resort with treasured traditions dating back to the first "Christmas at Disneyland" festival in 1955. While today's holiday celebrations look very different from those early years, there's one thing that remains unchanged: the warmth and joy of the season that cast Members share with every Guest.

 Here's a look at some of those holiday traditions- then and now:


 THEN: The first holiday parade took place Nov.24, 1955, kicking off the first annual "Christmas at Disneyland" festival. Led by Walt Disney and actor Fess Parker(who played Davey Crockett on TV), the parade featured traditional holiday elements and live animals, including camels, llamas-even an ostrich.

NOW: This tradition continues with "A Christmas Fantasy" parade in Disneyland Park, which has delighted Guests since 1995, and this year welcomes Anna And Elsa from "Frozen" into its cast.


 On December 17,1961, a 24-foot Christmas star was fixed atop the 14-story-high Matterhorn mountain. The star would become a holiday tradition through 1972.


 THEN:  The practice of inviting local choirs to sing during the holidays began in 1955 on the Main Street, U.S.A., bandstand, renamed the "Christmas Bowl." By 1958, the event had evolved into the first Candlelight Ceremony and Processional with 16 choirs performing at the base of Sleeping Beauty Castle. In1960, a celebrity narrator was added to read the story of Christmas. Over the years, they included Cary Grant, John Wayne and Jimmy Stewart.

NOW: The Candlelight Ceremony and Processional will take place December 6 and 7 this year in Town Square with hundreds of singers from choirs throughout Southern California, including our very own Cast choir.


THEN: In 1984, the popular "Country Bear Jamboree" in Disneyland Park became the first attraction to receive a holiday makeover. "Country  Bear Christmas Special" featured festive new backdrops, holiday décor and new script.

NOW: Although "Country Bear Christmas Special" ended with the closure of the Country Baer Playhouse in 2001, Guests today enjoy "it's a small world"  Holiday (added in 1997), Haunted Mansion (added in 2001), and Jungle Cruise, a yuletide spin on Jungle Cruise added just last year.


THEN: The precursor to "World of Color," "Luminaria" was a holiday themed nighttime show at Paradise Bay. Taking place during the 2001 season, fountains, projections and fireworks showcased the sights and sounds of the holidays.

NOW: Disney California Adventure Park is filled with holiday fun-from "World of Color-Winter Dreams" to the Disney "Viva Navidad!" celebration in Paradise Gardens. Cars Land features homespun holiday décor, while Buena Vista Street's trimmings represent a nod to the 1920s era, culminating in a dazzling 50-foot Christmas tree in Carthay Circle.


THEN: In 1955, strings of garland framed Main Street, U.S.A., with a wreath in every window, a beautiful tree aglow in Town Square. As one family walked through the nearly empty park, Jack Lindquist (the man who would become Disneyland's first president) overheard a little girl say, "Mom, this really was better than having Santa Claus.: It was then, Jack recalls, he knew that Disneyland was a truly magical place.

"To me this one brief moment proved to be my most meaningful memory at the park because it symbolized what we mean to people," Jack wrote in his 2010 memoir, "In Service to The Mouse." "We are not going to save the world, but if we can make people that happy for a few hours or for a day, then we are doing something worthwhile."

NOW: At no time  is the happiness we create as a resort more heartfelt than it is during the holidays. The magic that each Cast Member creates for every Guest, every time is our greatest-and most treasured-tradition.

Love the Disneyland Resort during the holidays...Dr Lee

Monday, December 1, 2014

CANDLELIGHT...gets ready to shine:

 On the evenings of Dec.6 and 7, Town Square at Disneyland Park will undergo a transformation that is sure to put everyone in the holiday spirit. Members of the Candlelight choir- forming a "living Christmas tree"- will once again shine for the beloved Candlelight Processional and Ceremony.

 In 1958, Walt Disney began Candlelight as a way to show his gratitude to the local community. For more than 50 years, the Candlelight Choir, comprised of Cast Members and community choirs, has sung classical hymns accompanied by the Disneyland Orchestra, while a celebrity guest narrator reads the story of "The First Christmas."

Mid 90's, I was part of the Candlelight Choir, sang for 4 or 5 years....Dr Lee