As an adult, I sometimes feel there are certain standards I should live up to.

There’s a passage in the Bible (I know – me quoting the bible! Who’d have thought that’d happen!) from Corinthian 13:11) that states ‘When I was a child, I spoke and thought and reasoned as a child. But when I grew up, I put away childish things.’

However, I would argue that the individual who wrote that would have made a caveat for an event I enjoyed last weekend.

Disney on Ice was staged at the Braehead Arena, in Renfrew, and my niece and I were invited along.

I have to say that we both loved it.

The theme of the show is Dream Big and it features characters from the Disney film Moana.

I love big crowd singalongs. There’s something about being part of a couple thousand people all singing together that really makes me smile.

To hear everyone singing ‘You’re Welcome!’ at the top of their lungs, myself included, was a pretty remarkable thing.

And then, of course, you’ve got the ice-skating.

I adore ice-skating for the same reason I adore singer-songwriters – namely, I can’t do it.

About a year or so ago, a friend of mine took me roller-skating. I thought it’d be easy – after all, you have four wheels for balancing on – but there were little kids zooming past me, so that put me in my place.

I don’t want to sound like a martyr but I fell and hit my head really hard.

Like really, really hard.

Anyone who can do things like ice-skating, roller-skating or any other thing that involves doing more than walking like a penguin is really impressive to me.

As for Disney on Ice? Believe me, they’ve hired the best.

I hear that company is doing alright for itself!

So why is Disney still so popular after all these years? Well, I believe that it’s because they put something magical into the world. Take away all the properties that Disney owns and just focus on the original company.

I defy anyone to tell me they don’t like a Disney film. Add into it Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and there is something there you’re sure to like.

Disney on Ice was great. Go see it!