First off, happy New Year! I realize that since I've started my Can You Relate? daily blog, I haven't been blogging about every other blog topic. Fans of my other blogs, I am sorry.  And, seeing we're at that one holiday, where we make New Year's Resolutions, I've decided to make a few.

My First Resolution: This year, I resolve to NOT go a month without blogging once.

My Second Resolution: This year, I will finish and publish my first book!

My Third Resolution: This year, I will try and get more website viewers than my first year. I will try and get my website on more search engines, but I cant do the rest. Only you guys can. You can help me spread the word about my website. Thanks!

Easily, these are my favorite Disney songs and moments of all time. They're in order, from my favorite (of course, it's Let It Go by Idena Menzel) to my fifth favorite. They're known by all, and loved by all. Especially by me. =D
    Many will look at you funny if you're thirteen, and going to see an animated Disney movie at the theater. But who cares what other people think? Yes, many do, but I don't. And I love Disney, though, at times, I wish things were a little more realistic with word choice and reactions.
    I think that Disney, even for adults and teens, is a gateway back to your childhood dreams and imagination. That's why everyone still idolizes Mickey and Minnie Mouse. We all know who they are, and I haven't come across one person who has negative feelings toward Disney. 
    But, I seen Frozen in theater the day it came out last week. And I loved the story, the plot, and the animation graphics. It was amazing. The colors in the ice and snow, and how Elsa reacts. The beginning was so depressing, though. Poor Anna, I felt so bad for her that I was in tears in the beginning. But then the movie became upbeat and happy, like Zip-a-dee-doo-da. The snowman, Olaf, I think his name was, wanted to "Do whatever frozen things do in Summer." It made me happy and feel bad for the little guy. He was adorable!
    Any-who! I just had to share this video of Elsa with you on my blog. She, as I, does not care what others think, and can stand up for herself. I hope you like it as much as I do, but I don't think that's possible!