When put on the spot I have a difficult time explaining what it is about blind box figures that I love so much, and why I am willing to spend $5-10 on one little toy when I don't even know what I am going to get, but the fact remains that I find them irresistible. I guess it all started when I was a little kid collecting Happy Meal toys (which I still have, by the way, and am always interested in adding to the collection) and it seemed a natural progression to start collecting Dunnys. They're limited edition designer vinyl toys, and they are as addictive as all get out. So of course when I found these Disney Vinylmation blind boxes I just couldn't help myself. It was really difficult to limit myself to only two.
I've been away for a bit, though you may not havenoticed really. Have I been diligently blogging from Disney World as though I had nothing better to do? No, although what's better than sharing some joy and inspiration with you all? That was rhetorical. Anyway, no. I have not been taking breaks from the excitement to blog- I had them all set up, pre-written and scheduled to post automatically! That's what I call being prepared. Vacation also means that I have spent very little time on the internet, checking feeds and all that. It means a few hundred unread items on Google Reader, and a hefty handful of things that I have starred to share with you later!
I have had an amazing time here (my first at any Disney park and I have a button to prove it!) Lots of fun rides and shows and plenty to look at, plus a very unique experience on Space Mountain. I am extremely exhausted, but I'm glad we did it. And don't worry, I'll share some photos when I actually get home.
So I hope everyone has had a wonderful week and I will be back at it this weekend!