I listened to a bunch of podcasts about the opening of Galaxy’s Edge and was hitting the same logistics-sharing type of content. It was good- but not what I wanted. How did it make people FEEL was what I wanted to know. Here’s a 4-part mini-series on the No-Guilt Fangirls Podcast called We Live On Batuu: Fangirling Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Til the Spires!
Look, guys, I’m already all in when it comes to Disney and Disney parks. If you didn’t know that about me within 5 minutes of meeting me, I’m guessing I was having a bad day. That’s one fandom I don’t even try to hide anymore!
Creating a Star Wars land has been on my “why doesn’t this exist yet?” list of questions for Disney for years.
So to say I’m excited about Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is an understatement. Extreme understatement. I’ve been obsessing over this new land at Disney for the past month and I just needed to talk about it with someone!
We Live On Batuu: Fangirling Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
Meet Amiyrah, Mindy, Nicole, Linzie and Ivie. They are Batuu residents and each has their own unique story about how Galaxy’s Edge affected them.
And I’ll admit: this is 100% selfish on my part. I’m not going until August but the wait is killllliinnngg me. So while I wait, I devour anything and everything about this land and what to expect.
Join me and 5 inspiring guests as we fangirl (and fanboy!) all the feelings that Disney’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is creating.
‘Til the Spires!
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In a galaxy far, far away, of course!
We do love Star Wars around here- and obvi, Disney. If you do too, then come join the fun.
I’d love it if you’d subscribe, review and throw some of those 5-stars up there! Help other fangirls like YOU find the podcast- it’s no fun fangirling on your own, amirite?
Speaking of: we’ve got a No-Guilt Fangirls Facebook group too. We’re cool, and if you’re cool with being cool, then come hang out with the cool kids!
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Patty Holliday is a parent movie reviewer, writer, and podcaster living in the Washington, DC area. Her goal is to bridge the gap between casual fandom and picky critic with parent movie and television reviews. As a lifelong fangirl and pop culture connoisseur, she’s been creating online since 2009. You can find her work at No-Guilt Disney.com, No-Guilt Fangirl.com, No-Guilt Life, and as host of the top-rated No-Guilt Disney Podcast.