New Year’s Eve is the Worst
So let’s face a simple fact: New Year’s Eve is literally the worst.
I am too old, tired, and derelict to traipse about making merriment when I can be just as content eating a bucket of cheesecake on my couch.
Though don’t worry, I am here to help you through this terrible night with the best and last Matt’s Musings of 2018! Before we look back, let’s look ahead..
Vacation Planning 2019!
Alright folks, it is indeed time to start planning your 2019 Vacations, and we are of course here to help you and your friends and your family and literally anyone else.
We are hosting an event in January where you can come meet us, and talk all things Disney! There will be prizes, food, and actual fun. We are requesting people pre-register so that we can scope out how much food to buy, which can you do at the below link (please share):
12 or 12,000
Evil Boss Wife celebrated our 12th year of wedded bliss in our typical fashion with an overnight stay at the Hotel Monaco in Pittsburgh. As with all our overnight trips this one culminated in us watching Live PD enjoying the glorious silence of kids not fighting.
As is my way, I curated an anniversary playlist…
While having many high points, 2018 was a challenging year for the mouse house. I will be happy to see it over, and I am looking forward to 2019 (especially when I can walk normally again).
The best times of 2018 were definitely spent traveling with family.
An Assortment of Bread Pudding
As all of my long time readers know, I have a “thing” for bread pudding.
My thing for bread pudding is not dissimilar from Evil Boss Wife’s “thing” for Jason Momoa.
Here are just a few of the bread puddings I came to know, and love in 2018, and I look forward to many more in 2019.
We would like to thank you
We started Roaming Mouse Travel in May 2016, not having any clue what would happen. Obvie, we knew we were awesome and could help people plan magical vacations, but generally we did not know what to expect.
Starting this “hobby business” has been one of the most rewarding experiences of our lives.
We owe thanks to many people who have supported us, booked with us, and told their friends and family about us. We are truly humbled by the support we have received from our clients, friends, and family. Running this is a “job” for us, but thanks to you (all of you) it does not feel like work.
Seriously, thank you.