A confession.

So I have a confession to make.

Yesterday, as I was driving along – sans girls, I realized that the High School Musical album was still cued up and playing on my iPod. (It is the ONLY thing we can listen to in the car these days. “High School Music-school, Please, Mama!”).

I realized that it was still on, I didn’t have to be listening to it, and (here is the horrifying truth)…I didn’t change it.

In fact, to make matters worse, I found myself singing along. Now, not only has Disney managed to turn my children into living, breathing, walking advertising magnets, who are sucked in by “all things Disney,” the marketing geniuses over there have somehow figured out how to infiltrate my subconscious, too.

They do have some darn catchy tunes, though, I must admit. “When I hear my favorite song…I have to sing along… “

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5 Responses to “A confession.”


  1. 1 ksmcnulty September 20, 2007 at 2:58 am

    Been there done that! I’ve also done it with cartoons:o)

  2. 2 Christina September 20, 2007 at 6:27 am

    Okay, here’s my confession – I’ve never seen or heard “High School Musical!” I know, what kind of mother am I? Nadia has not yet been sucked into the Disney Machine yet. Not Chuck E. Cheese on the other hand…we drove by there last night and I heard about it all evening.

  3. 3 Jeff September 20, 2007 at 8:07 am

    Don’t knock it — it keeps Uncle Jeff employed!

  4. 4 Laura McIntyre September 21, 2007 at 2:58 am

    I have never heard it either, thankfully we have yet to experience a love for anything really (although we have heard alot of Bob The Builder lately)

  5. 5 Matthew September 22, 2007 at 3:53 pm

    “Soaring…flying…” My Emma was singing this full volume in Kohl’s the other night. I wasn’t even embarrassed…much.


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