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A lesson from Olaf and the First Snowflake Freakout Lady

Friday, January 1, 2010by  Steffanie Mortera

Wally team at Cinema Under the StarsOn a warm summer night in Everett, the WALLY Team attended Cinema Under the Stars for the showing of Disney’s, Frozen. The park was packed with enthusiastic families ready to sing and dance along with the film. With plenty of props and energy to fill the area, many worked together to help fill the air with Disney magic.

Though there are many lovable characters in Frozen, one particular character has a special spark that could correspond with a NW Profile, the First Snowflake Freakout Lady! We’re speaking of none other than Olaf, of course! The sweet, lovable and enthusiastic Olaf.

Even though he’s made of snow, Olaf daydreams of the fun activities that can be done in warm weather and is ready to soak-up the sun, even if it is detrimental to him! On the opposite side of the spectrum, our First Snowflake Freakout Lady is overly preparing herself for the highly anticipated first snowflake by gathering a plethora of items to survive the weather.

If you consider yourself to be a Frist Snowflake Freakout Lady, using a bit of an “Olaf perspective” can help you be prepared for the weather but also being able to enjoy it, too! Sure, snow doesn’t come as often as rain, but next time there is a forecast for snow – try something new! Before racing to the store in a 4-wheel drive SUV with snow tires, knock on a neighbor’s door and simply ask, “Do you want to build a snowman?”

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