nce upon a real-time, the Queen of Hallowe’en lived in a dream world called her life. While weary from feeling that her job was getting too routine, she went online to LinkedIn and accidentally found an interesting posting that required social media skills. Her family failed to grasp the context of how social media could be valuable, but the Queen enrolled in the course she had Googled and took a leap.
The Queen had some unusual ideas about how to execute the transition of making her private world public. There was fog along the way, but with perseverance and numerous YouTube videos, her biggest challenge began to unravel. The people from her old life remained supportive and patient, and the people in her new life were more of the same, as well as open-minded and guiding. Then the snow came and there was clarity, and the Queen returned to her treasured life with new skills and new dreams, happy to be back.
Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas was the first stop motion animated feature to be entirely converted to 3-D. This musical fantasy took in over $75 million at the box office.