What a night to celebrate NLGJA and all it’s accomplishments! Loved seeing so many NBC friends as we gathered to honor the remarkable Diane Rehm!
With Adora loving Elsa and Bob loving Olaf we decided on a Frozen Christmas tree this year. We started at the top. A doll, a snowflake ornament and a little Krazy glue and voila… Elsa crowns the tree. Took me 5 minutes!
— Angie Goff (@OhMyGOFF) November 19, 2014
One of the finest young men I’ve ever met. It was so sad to lose him. Even though he’s gone what he started with one ‘strongman pose’ continues to make a difference. I’m so glad his family allowed me to share the story.
We went to see Disney on Ice’s Frozen and it was fantastic! I loved how it told the story of Elsa and Anna from start to finish. It was a nice surprise to see some of the other Disney Princesses off the top (Snow White, Cinderella, Ariel, Rapunzel) along with Mickey and Minnie. Adora LOVED that!
Like any ice show the toys and sno cones and photos are pricey but if you go there knowing that you won’t be too shocked. The key is getting there early or leaving a few minutes early when you know it’s gonna end. This is perfect time to get the face painting done– which is quick and beautiful. 2 hours is a long time for a kiddo so leaving at intermission isn’t a bad idea if they’re getting ancy. The ice-conic “Let it Go” rounds out the first half and that’s what most little girls and boys wanna hear and see anyways. Really enjoyed seeing the show with my sis and her kids too.
Thanks for all who made News4′s Education Special with Aaron Gilchrist a success. There was a range of important topics covered. One issue involved just how big of a wake-up call college is for most high school students. I went back to college to find out the secrets to success and will be sharing them on News4 at 5PM Tuesday Oct 28th. I hope you can tune in.
She couldn’t afford a trip to Disney World so this awesome mom brought the magic to her daughter. Amy Shipp not only surprised her daughter with an Elsa gown.. she got dressed up too. Together they declared Elsa Mom and Daughter day and ventured out to the mall, the Disney store and even a public park to share their magic. Everywhere they went they were adored. Thanks Amy for suiting up and showing us moms the power of love when you let it go.
Look what’s back! That cool house in Leesburg Virginia that puts on a spectacular Halloween light show every year. Last year the video went viral with it’s spooky take on “What Does the Fox Say.” What made this year’s play list? Well click below or venture out to 1826 Woods Edge Drive Leesburg VA 20176 to see it for yourself. Remember you must tune your radio into 98.1FM to hear it from your car. It runs on a loop from 7pm-9pm until Halloween Eve!