Live your Dreams : Disney on Ice is back in Manila this 2019
"If you can dream it, you can do it."- Walt Disney
This year, Feld Entertainment brings Disney on Ice back to Manila. Starting December 21 until January 5, kids and the young-at-heart can enjoy an amazing show that showcases some of Disney's heroes, heroins and well-loved characters. "Live your Dreams takes families on a high-seas adventure as Moana sets sail on a life-changing quest to save her island with the help from the demigod Maui." As the audience watch the story unfold, they'll also get to encounter more of their Disney favorite characters like Belle from Beauty and the Beast, sisters Anna and Elsa from Frozen, Rapunzel and Flynn, Cinderella and for the first time on the ice, Miguel from Disney and Pixar's Coco.
The show dates are very limited so I suggest that you all go and buy your tickets now. Purchasing a ticket is easy, simply log on to the SM Tickets website and you'll get to reserve your seats in no time. There are 3 show schedule: 11am (December 24, 25, 28 and January 4 and 5), 3pm and 7pm. This is just perfect as it caters to families with little ones who, like us, need to work around their nap time. Ticket price starts from Php190 (general admissions) to Php 4,550 (front row). See you all there!
Life has been extremely busy for all of us. Balancing responsibilities at home, at work and elsewhere. Often times I feel that 24 hours in a day is not enough to do everything that you have and would like to do. As we grow up, we also tend to complicate things. Being around my twins made me realize that sometimes, we just have to remind ourselves to find the joy in the simplest things. How we have to stop complaining, comparing and to find contentment in what we have and what we are given. I thank my twins for reminding me that there's beauty in the world around us and I just have to take a step back to be less critical. As I watch them play, I love how they just let their imagination run wild. From trying to lick their pretend ice cream and to use Lia's beaded necklace as a stethoscope. My only hope for my twins is for them to live their dream. I promise to be the kind of mom who will be their biggest cheerleader and their most loyal supporter. Actually, Paul and I really do not have anything planned out like if J should be an architect or L should be a doctor. For me, I will allow them to go for what their hearts desire and to just be good at it and happy doing it.