The power of Frozen…

I just did the unthinkable.

I found myself singing along to the soundtrack of Frozen.

However, that’s not the bad part.

The bad part is that there weren’t any children in the car when I did it.

I quickly shut it off and put on 50 Cent’s Candyshop to make myself feel a little less… uhm… well…Disney.

However, I have to admit – I liked it when I was singing it. I liked imagining I was Elsa with long flowing hair and the ablility to run away for a bit and not feel cold. It’s 16 freakin’ degrees here in the Midwest so the idea that the “cold wouldn’t bother me” sounds great. Plus, if I could look hot and have some quality time to myself for a little bit, well then hey, that doesn’t hurt either.

I’m also totally jealous for when Elsa becomes a mom someday. How great would it be to freeze a Goldfish cracker before it hit the floor? Or catch vomit midway so you didn’t have to change crib bedding for the third time in one day.

Yeah, these are the superpowers I long for now in life. Forget flying or invisibility, I want the power to stop cleaning before it occurs.  And I want to do it in my yoga pants. When are they going to make a Disney movie with that female superhero??




  1. I constantly have that soundtrack stuck in my head! I even made the snowman song my ringtone on my phone!! We love Olaf, the snowman!! I can’t get enough of this movie!!
    Powers to freeze things and not be cold would be awesome!

  2. “Let It Go” is the soundtrack of my college weight. The past is in the past.

  3. Elsa’s powers would totally be useful as a mom! My daughter has been walking around the house singing Let It Go, and we’ve had to tell her to Let It Stop.

  4. I love singing Disney songs – especially the little mermaid! I say sing away – who cares if the kids are around! :)

  5. I can’t believe how quickly those songs have taken over–not just our house, I hear other moms humming them at the bus stop and while I’m out running errands. I’ve had to print out the lyrics to Let It Go for my son so he’ll stop singing just. that. one. line. over and over!

  6. I do that with shows on television! OMG — our kids have ruined us…haha.

  7. Oh, gee… thanks. Now you’ve made me all disappointed that sarcasm is my super-power and not the ability to freeze vomit mid-air (would have totally come in handy over the weekend, btw).

    On a more serious note, I also sing the Frozen songs all.the.time. It’s a disease.

  8. Haha you’re not the only one! I constantly go around singing the theme song to Doc Mcstuffins even when it’s not on lol.

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