Day 30 of “Diving into Disney”: Miguel

Good Morning Friends! 

Happy Monday! I hope you all are having a great start to the week. Last night in The Berry Patch, we curled up to watch Disney’s “Coco”. This movie is a wonderful story about tradition, acceptance, and the importance of family. Today’s post is all about how Miguel teaches us that love– above all things– is the greatest gift that life can give. Are you ready to explore this topic with me? Then, let’s dive in. ❤ 

I. Miguel: 

Love: an intense feeling of deep affection

Merriam Webster Dictionary

For all of Miguel’s young life his family had been different from the other Mexican families in his town. He wanted to play music. Yet, his family shunned musical instruments entirely after Miguel’s great grandmother had gotten her heart broken by the love of her life (who was a musician). But the power of love and his adoration for music was so strong that he found himself taking a guitar off an ofrenda (alter) on dia de los muertos! It was then that Miguel was transported to the “other side” where he could meet the ancestors of his past. Miguel learned that love comes in all forms. He learned that the story that had been passed down in his family was actually incorrect, and that there was more to the story than he thought! As Miguel discovered who he is (by blood) and why he has such a strong connection to music, the void in his heart was healed. He was able to love freely and fully. He was able to express himself authentically to everyone around him. It is these lessons of love and living authentically that makes Miguel an excellent role model for Littles! 🙂

II. Disney Bounding Outfit:

III. Little Space Activity: Dia de Los Muertos Banner!

IV. Personal Development Lesson:

Love is a verb. An action. I’ve said this many times on my blog before. It is the difference between simply saying the words to your partner, but never following through with your actions… and choosing to do nice things that makes your partner happy. Love is reflected in the way you care for your submissive. It is the difference between simply co-existing together for the sake of being together, and actually enjoying each other’s company. Throughout this blog there are at least a dozen or more articles on ways to specifically love your partner. I encourage you to begin loving your partner by learning their love language. Learning their love language will allow you to understand how your partner gives and receives love. It will help you navigate your actions and connect with them in a way that they will receive (and appreciate!) your love. If there is one piece of advice I can give you when trying to love your partner in a D/s relationship, it would be to make time for each other.

Life gets crazy. Schedules get crazy. But your submissive needs you. Your Little wants to be trained to better connect with you. Your D/s relationship needs time, patience, love, understanding, and devotion to grow and thrive. Make the time. Plan special date nights together. If you’re in an long distance relationship, this is even more crucial. If you’re stuck for ideas, here are “100 Date Ideas For You and Your Dom” and “15 Date Ideas for Long Distance Cg/l Couples” to get you started. 😉

Alright my friends, that’s it from me for today’s post. I hope you all enjoyed it. If you did, hit that like button and let me know. Smash that follow button if you’re new around here. And I will see you back here for the next topic!

Don’t forget to come chat with me and all of my Little and Dominant friends at: The Berry Patch Tonight we will be watching “Moana” from 5-7 pm PST. I hope you will join us!!

I can’t wait to chat with all of you!!

Much love,

~Penny xx


  1. Well said, as always. Love is definitely a verb, and by its very nature, it implies action. Too often there is too much talk and not enough action, where the love isn’t shown just spoken. WIthout the displays of love, the words will ultimately fall on deaf ears and learning your partner’s “love language” is paramount to meeting their needs. After all, every one is different in their needs and what speaks to them.

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    1. Hehehehe so true!! I hope you enjoyed “Coco”. Silly work always gets in the way 😉 Moving forward I’m going to try and stream at different times to ensure you can watch at a more normal time. xx


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