Friday, March 20, 2009

Disney Withdrawals...

I am missing Disney terribly! I miss all of the wonderful people that I met there. I miss late night talks with Amanda C or Amanda W. I miss having half of the Sunset CP's over for movie nights. I miss us having a home of our own(which is a different subject entirely). I miss going window shopping with Brooke. I miss driving around with Brooke wandering all over Orlando and going shopping at craft stores. I miss eating at Don Pablos with Chelsea. I miss talking about the differences between Chinese culture and American culture with Valerie and YoYo. I miss Bridget making us laugh in the kitchen. I miss Daniela and our long sarcastic conversations. I could go on and on...
I miss playing in the parks anytime that I wanted for free. I miss knowing the best times when there woudl be very few guests and we could go straight onto rides. I miss going with my friends to the parks and taking an unbelievable amount of pictures. I miss exploring through the resorts and enjoying their amenities(especially the swimming pools). I miss everything being happy, decorated, and themed. I miss going mini-golfing with my husband. I miss it all... I want to go back so badly.
I know there are people who love to vacation at Disney. And I can completely understand their love of Disney. But I feel like we have experienced something that very few have. Trevor and I were able to enjoy a 7 month extended honeymoon to Disney. It was a lot of work but it was GREAT! Most people just visit Disney World... but we had the pleasure of living, working and playing there. We got to see things very few get to see and experience things that very few people get to experience. It was an amazing experience. I am ready to go back, not on a perminant basis but hopefully as a seasonal worker so that we can keep our Maingate Passes and our discounts.

On a closing note, as another CP(Katie El-Bakri) stated:
"THANK YOU -
for the good times, the memories, the tears and the laughs.
I will never be able to hear Disney, or see Mickey Mouse, without thinking of ya'll... You are a huge part of what made my experience so incredible.
You taught me so many life lessons, and I learned that no matter where we are from or what we have experienced in life, what language(s) we speak or how old we are we can still become a family!! No one will ever be able to compare to the relationship that we all shared...
I will forever remember the first time I had to work until 5 in the morning... I learned that Extra Magic Hours didn't seem that magical to us, but I watched you guys make guests happy, watched people glow!"

2 comments:

Lindsey said...

What an awesome experience you and your husband got to share...and in your first year of marriage!! I am soo jealous! My husband has never been to disney and I am dying to take him!

SonyaAnn said...

I love Disney. My dream is to move from the IL/WI border and work and live all things Disney.