In a TOTALLY nice way...also in a "I'm scaring my coworkers and students" sort of way :D
Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 51702Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 51712Originally Posted by Claire, post: 51715These are all my best bitsOriginally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 51716
I need to smell POC , Talk about having a song go around your head ... i want a smell in my nose. .
A certain spot in the middle of the street in the front of Mickeys of Hollywood where the world stopped turning for a complete perfect moment...
Checking in to BW or just about any of the resorts! Love to talk with the CMs who are so friendly. Love to look at their name tags to see where they are from.
Love the people mover/WED way...now approaching Metropolis Science Center (although that one has been removed..why I could just cry)
A coffee and danish to get the day started. Extra magic hours!
Walking into the old MGM park....CMs in period attire doing their bits..too funny.
The feeling of flying at Peter Pan and Soarin!
The Rio del Tiempo at Epcot...(actually liked the older version without DD)
Mornings...just love to wake up and know that the day awaits!
I thought this was a short list...awww:(
The anticipation of knowing that in a few seconds the music and fireworks will start and that the magic of Wishes will fill your soul.
The very first sight of the castle from the launch as you cross the lake the first day and knowing that it will always be there to welcome you.
Early morning at Epcot with a coffee when it is still very quiet and the music starts and the fountain begins it's dance.
All the little pockets of calm in out of the way places in the world showcase that you come across to enjoy.
Singing the "old" version of "Living With The Land" so loudly that my children shrink with embarrassment, while at the same time seeing that twinkle in their eye that says keep doing it :D
Strolling through the resort at night with a cold drink.
The satisfaction of checking into your room and then spending an hour UNPACKING all the things you've just spent two weeks cramming into a suitcase...and feeling GOOD about it.