Disney on Ice Giveaway

The title says it all.

I am mega excited to be abe to offer My Home Truths readers the chance to win 4 tickets to Disney on Ice presents Let’s Celebrate at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre on Friday June 22 at 7pm.

I am a long-time admirer of Disney on Ice productions. So much so that going each year has become a family tradition for us. And this year looks even bigger and better!

The production follows Mickey and Minnie around the world as they celebrate a range of international holidays.

Of course, they end up meeting a cast of Disney characters along the way.

Looks good doesn’t it? And you and your family could be there.

All you need to do is like My Home Truths on Facebook and answer the following question – what Disney character deserves a holiday in their honour and why?

You can leave your comment on either the blog or the Facebook page – I want to give as many people as possible the chance to win.

It’s that simple.

The competition will run until 6pm 21/5/2012 and the winner will be judged on the originality of their answer.

To kick things off, I think poor, downtrodden Cinderella deserves her own holiday where all the put-upon people in the world can have a day off from being poor, downtrodden and put-upon.

So get to it – think about what character you think deserves to have a holiday in their honour and why and let me know for your chance to win.

Good luck everybody!

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36 Responses

  1. Thea says:

    I have tickets for me and Miss 4 for Brisbane! We went last year for the first time. I’m turning it into an annual tradition too! LOVE it! 🙂
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    • Kirsty says:

      It is a great show for the kids – I’m looking forward to how our 2 year old enjoys it this year. It’s nearly worth it to just watch the joy on their face instead of the show itself!

  2. Kristina says:

    I think a Donald Day is in order. A day to remember not to sweat the small stuff, lifes short, dont let the sun set on your anger… If someones cranky or irritable, ask them is they are okay, offer to buy them a coffee for a chat. Even a simple smile can brighten someones day.

    • Kirsty says:

      I like that suggestion Kristina. Everyone should definitely have a Donald Duck day every so often – I certainly could use one more often than not! Thanks for entering – good luck!

  3. Mel Olrich says:

    This is the first year we don’t have tickets :(. Not sure of the reason but my 4 kiddies and 1 would certainly love to go! I have gone each time since 1995 and enjoyed each time just as much as the last. It is a sensational show for both young and old! Good luck to everyone that enters! xox

    • Kirsty says:

      Mel, some years it just doesn’t happen, does it? I hope you can get to the show, it is definitely good fun for all!

  4. Trish says:

    My boys have never been and would love to go –
    Snow white imagine looking after those 7 male dwarfs and they think they are taking pity on her, saying “If you will keep house for us, and cook, make beds, wash, sew, and knit, and keep everything clean and orderly, then you can stay with us, and you shall have everything that you want.” pffft
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    • Trish says:

      My boys are Mickey and Minnie obsessed one sleeps with a small Mickey mouse softy and the other had to settle for pink Minnie but he loves her.
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      • Kirsty says:

        Trish, that is so sweet. Matilda has already picked out her Mickey and Minnie shirt to wear on the day – my kids have a soft spot for them too!

    • Kirsty says:

      Yes, I think Snow White got a raw deal in the Disney universe. Not only does she do chores for the Queen, she then has to keep house for the dwarves and then rely on a Prince to come and save her! She definitely deserves a day in her honour.

      Thanks so much for entering and for sharing – very much appreciated!

  5. Jasmine white says:

    My twins are going through a disney fascination stage, we always laugh at the triplets, but knowing how troublesome twins can be, let alone triplets, I would have to say donald, for all families that love unconditionally, and deal with overly obnoxious kids, but still have time to spare to care for friends!!! The poor duck is in dyer need of a “quackation”

    • Kirsty says:

      Jasmine, I think Donald is the perfect candidate – my kids particularly love a christmas DVD featuring Donald and his nephews reliving christmas day continually, just like Groundhog Day. The moral for all them was to remember the importance of family and to do good for others. Thanks for entering – good luck!

  6. Must be so hard to be Belle. Most days I barely have the energy/time to get out of my pj’s and have a shower let alone look beautiful day…must be so tiring!

    Would love to take the kids. What a great giveaway!
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    • Kirsty says:

      You’re right, it would be hard on Belle, particularly trying to look after her father and avoid the attentions of Gaston at the same time! Thanks for entering – good luck!

  7. Alissa says:

    Woody is such a great mate,
    he deserves his own special date
    where friendship and loyalty
    are celebrated.

    • Kirsty says:

      I like it Alissa.

      A day to celebrate friendship and loyalty would not go astray in this day and age. Thanks so much for taking the time to enter – good luck!

  8. Hi Kristy,

    I reckon O’Malley the cat from Aristocats should have a day in his honour, to celebrate the slightly left of centre, rough-around-the-edges but good natured swingin’ cats who can still charm the pants of the ladies 😉

    Purrrrrr……
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    • Kirsty says:

      You are a cool cat yourself David! I do like O’Malley, he is definitely the quintessential guy from the wrong side of the tracks with a heart of gold. Thanks for entering – good luck!

  9. Sharon M says:

    I think “Taz” the Tasmanian Devil day. He is after all an Aussie and is busy like us mums spinning around all the time chasing after life as we all do. He is always spinning around chasing his lady love, I feel like him spinning out of control with kids, husbands, work and the normal life duties we have to do. I have also been known to grunt and growl like he does quite often and not be easily understood. He is cute and furry & represents the chaotic life of a mum.

    • Sharon M says:

      Just realised that he is probably a Warner Bros charachter so I will say that it would have to be an Ariel the mermaid day as who wouldn’t want to escape for the day swimming in the ocean and have the ability to sing like her and meet her prince charming. We love mermaids and they also represent change which we all have to go through and the freedom and courage to be who you are and who you want to be.

      • Kirsty says:

        Sharon, a day for Ariel celebrating change and freedom and courage would be just what a lot of us need. That’s a great idea for a holiday. Thanks for taking the time to enter – good luck!

    • Kirsty says:

      Sharon, even though Taz isn’t Disney I can totally identify with his whizzing around – he does represent the chaotic life of a mum!

  10. Karen Edwards says:

    My two precious kiddies would LOVe to watch Disney on Ice, We think poor Buzz needs some time away from cheeky Woody maybe a little holiday to flying school 😉

    • Kirsty says:

      Woody can be cheeky, can’t he? Buzz could probably do with a holiday away from him, so he can learn to fly rather than falling with style! Thanks for entering – good luck!

  11. Nicole H says:

    Liked your page. The Disney character who I think needs their own holiday is
    Pocahontas because she believed that all people in the world could live at peace if they just took a chance to understand each other. <3

    • Kirsty says:

      Nicole, I do like Pocohontas and her story. It is all about acceptance and peace and understanding and is truly worthy of a holiday. Thanks so much for taking the time to enter and like my page – good luck!

  12. Kylie Ofiu says:

    I think Tiana because she worked so hard, set a goal and went for it but it was like all she did. She needed to learn to take a break and live life. I think many people just work, work, work to feed their lifestyle and we could do with a day to reminds us to live our life.
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    • Kirsty says:

      Kylie, you have to admire Tiana’s work ethic but I’m glad she realized she could have fun and still achieve her dreams. A day for is all to remember to really live our lives to the fullest would be fabulous. Thanks so much for entering – good luck!

  13. Amanda Gorton says:

    We all need to remember that beauty is only skin deep, its what on the inside that counts, therefore a day in honour of The Beast (from Beauty and the Beast) would remind us all to appreciate ourselves and others by looking beyond whats on the outside!

    • Kirsty says:

      That’s so true Amanda, and a really good reminder for all of us in this image conscious society. Thanks so much for entering – good luck!

  14. Sarah says:

    Buzz Lightyear defintely deserves a holiday in his honour in our house. He can get sent to infinity and beyond up to a dozen times an hour somedays, not to mention the number of times he is sent “to the rescue”. Oh, and the poor guy constantly thinks he’s being mocked. No wonder he is delusional.
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    • Kirsty says:

      Poor Buzz, he sounds like he could do with a holiday at your house. I know our Buzz loses his wings every time one of the kids pushes his red button to make them pop out – it must be so hard on the poor guy! Thanks for entering Sarah – good luck!

  15. Natasha says:

    I think Belle from Beauty and the Beast deserves her own holiday. Belle teaches us not to judge a book by its cover and see the beauty within, a very important lesson our kids should be learning in a world filled with disability and disease and muliticulturalism.

    • Kirsty says:

      I completely agree. Belle definitely deserves a holiday for seeing the good in everyone, regardless of their appearance. Thanks so much for entering – good luck!

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