Discussion in 'The Campfire' started by MKJo, Apr 6, 2011.
What inspires you at Disney?
When we get to Disney....my 20 year old daughter transforms into a five year old without the tantrums and screaming. That makes it just so much fun for me. Her first trip was when she was 6. She doesn't remember a lot of that trip. So being with her is always the best time. This will be our 4th trip...just the two of us.
also...missed not having a question of the day yesterday.
I am always amazed at the level of customer service the Castmembers provide. In all the trips we have taken to WDW, only three times have we had a negative experience with Castmembers. I am amazed at how they keep their spirit, energy and are able to create such a wonderful time for us, the guests. Great job folks!!!!
I feel like a kid again, especially when I do a character photo op and when they see I'm on my own make an extra big fuss of me, nothing beats that feeling and I don't care if anyone thinks I'm sad (DD thought I was really sad when I slobbered over Prince Philip lol, but, I was in heaven)
Being able to feel like a little kid again.
Being able to shut out the world and just be a kid again with no worries!
The quality of the animation firstly drew me towards Disney and DisneyWorld, and now it is the amazing level of detail that goes into everything. You can look at the most simple thing and realise that it wasn't an accident that it has been placed in exactly the right place :thumbs:
Watching the Magic at work. When we arrive in Disney my autistic ds becomes more aware and involved in the outside worl then anywhere else we go. He initiates converstations with both characters and regular people (albeit a simple "hello") and her physically plays peek a boo or patty cake with characters and even some cast members. For the entire time we are there he is happy and usually singing some song (though I'm not sure what language he's speaking) and when its time to eat or go to bed he doesnt fuss or fight (well not like he usually does). That ability to reach a child that tneds to be unreachabel by any but the closest of family makes me fell like theres a reason to keep trying to bring him out of himself; being able to see for a short time the child he can be inspires me.
Behaving like a kid - happiness
Thats my answer too . Wish I was there now .
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