Wednesday 26 December 2012

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Seven Different Excuses to Visit Disneyland

It's been a while since I've had something to contribute to Disney's Wordless Wednesday, but today's topic of "celebrate" is an easy one for me. We've taken advantage of just about every opportunity imaginable to visit a Disney park, but sometimes we seem to be stretching things with our reasons to celebrate. I mean, everybody goes to Disneyland to celebrate birthdays or Christmas, and even just having an extra day seems to draw a crowd. A really big crowd.

Leap Day Disneyland Main Street crowd

Sometimes though, you find yourself with no major event to use as an excuse for visiting Mickey at his home. That's when you need to get creative. Sure, it's always OK to visit Disneyland without a reason, but if you're one of those people who likes to justify things, here's a few extra days that you could celebrate in Disneyland.

National Sunglasses Day - June 27th

California Adventure Disneyland Toy Story ride

International Surfing Day - June 21st

surfboard water park California Adventure

National Carpool Day - August 5th

Disneyland Toontown car Goofy garage

Worldwide Spin in Public Day - September 15

teacups Disneyland Fantasyland dizzy spin

National Lollipop Day - July 20th

Disneyland lollipop Mickey Mouse Fantasyland

Global Handwashing Day - October 15th

Disneyland Toontown Mickey hands Minnie's House

National Piano Month - Any day in September

Disneyland Toontown Mickey's piano

If you still need a larger list of days, I could send you over a list of all the birthdays in our family. Of course, you'd feel pretty bad about celebrating our birthdays without inviting us along right? Right?

This post is a part of Wordless Wednesday over at Focused on the Magic. If you didn't get here from there, you should really head on over and check out some of the fantastic people that hang out there on Wednesdays. Some of them might not celebrate all of these holidays, but I'll bet they'd go if you invited them along to celebrate with you.

Written by Steve Pratt