Like most holidays, Patrick and I spent Independence Day at Disneyland. I especially was happy because I had the most perfect pin set for the occasion!
I haven’t had time to work on any new parasols, so no new themed parasol for the day. However, I realized I had yet to share this one on the blog! This autographs parasol is my “go-to” parasol as it goes with everything! No, I didn’t have the characters sign it, I figured it may be too awkward for them, so I “forged” Mickey and company’s signatures for this parasol.
We also spied another one of Disneyland’s cats!
This one is known to those who follow DisneylandCats on Instagram, as Francisco. And he is so fluffy! As mentioned previously, the Disneyland Resort does “employ” feral cats. They are there, ironically, to take care of the rodent population, keeping Disneyland rodent free, with a few rather large exceptions of course, like Mickey! The Disneyland Resort does take care of them too, both feeding them, and spay/neutering them. If you spy one you may observe a clipped ear, that is to indicate they been spayed/neutered. It’s important to keep in mind that while they are “maintained” they are still feral, and skittish around people. You can read more about Disney’s cats here.
Once again I hope that all of you who celebrated the Fourth yesterday had a wonderful and safe day!
Peasant Top: Pin-Up Girl Clothing
Chip and Dale 4th of July Pin Set: Ebay
Shorts: Vivien of Holloway, via The Girl Can’t Help It, San Diego, California
Disney Character Signature Parasol: Made by me
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3 comments on “Happy 4th!”
AAAH! Your Rescue Rangers pin set😍! And you saw the famous Francisco!!! He’s the greatest.
Adorable patriotic outfit with a retro flair! Love it. And those Remix shoes- I’ve got them in black. So comfy. Had them for years and they’re still going strong, even with hours and hours of dancing on them.
That really is the most darling brooch for the 4th of July. I beamed big time over it.
Thank you for the information regarding the feral cats at the park. Having never been there before (or otherwise caught wind of such), I hadn’t yet heard about their presence before. It’s great that they’ve been able to form a positive relationship with their environment (precious dears!).
xoxo ♥ Jessica