The Innocence of Pinocchio – Life Got In The Way

The Innocence of Pinocchio – Life Got In The Way

Matthew 18:3

Truly, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.

On a Sunday night of a rather busy and tiring weekend, after my wife and I had finished some pizza and wine, I decided I had enough of the day.  My wife was engaged in her social media while I just vegged out in front of the TV, aimlessly wondering the channels.

I searched the usual channels but as is normally the case, nothing of any interest was on.  I decided to start at the beginning and work my way through every channel at my disposal.

I quickly skimmed through the major networks followed by some of the local stations.  Next up on the dial were the kid channels.  As I passed through this section of programming, there it was, a piece of my childhood, Walt Disney’s Pinocchio. Continue reading

The Innocence of Pinocchio – Life Got In The Way

The Innocence of Pinocchio – Life Got In The Way

Matthew 18:3

Truly, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.

On a Sunday night of a rather busy and tiring weekend, after my wife and I had finished some pizza and wine, I decided I had enough of the day.  My wife was engaged in her social media while I just vegged out in front of the TV, aimlessly wondering the channels.

I searched the usual channels but as is normally the case, nothing of any interest was on.  I decided to start at the beginning and work my way through every channel at my disposal.

I quickly skimmed through the major networks followed by some of the local stations.  Next up on the dial were the kid channels.  As I passed through this section of programming, there it was, a piece of my childhood, Walt Disney’s Pinocchio. Continue reading

Thanks Walt Disney

Thanks Walt Disney

Last summer I spent two evenings watching “American Experience” on PBS.  The episode was a two part show about Walt Disney.

The first night it aired I got sucked in from the beginning.

Walt Disney was a part of my life as a child.  I remember Sunday nights making sure I was in front of the TV to watch “The Wonderful World of Disney”.The_Wonderful_World_of_Disney_1969

Every week I would hope the show would be an animated piece like Mickey Mouse or Donald Duck or any of the Disney cartoon characters that I loved.  I loved the colors, the voices, the gags.  Through the early years when all we had was a black and white TV I still loved the Disney cartoons. Continue reading