Yesterday I was trying to explain to my boyfriend a specific aspect of Disneyland that makes me cry, but I wasn't sure if I conveyed it properly.
Tell me if any of you guys get what I'm talking about!
It's that feeling I get when I'm walking from one ride to another, at night. I walk by Fantasmic as it's going on, and see the ending in passing.
As much as I cry when I actually watch the whole show, this did me in for some reason.
It's like walking down the street and then seeing something like that next to you.
Just look to the right and there's Mickey, on top of TSI, shooting fireworks out of his hands, and a giant boat with all the characters with sparklers dancing, loud incredible music, and people cheering their heads off. Kids with their mouths hanging open, and some adults, who have never seen such magic before.
It's absolutely spectacular.
And I cry when I just talk about it. My boyfriend was laughing and telling me he thought I was sweet because by the time I was done describing it I was bawling, and laughing at myself for crying at a story I was telling (that wasn't really actually sad).
I have no idea why that show makes me cry so much. It is probably more nostalgia than anything, but I enjoy so much watching people's faces when they see the show. It's things like these that make me realize I need to have a job there, even if just part time.
Hopefully I wouldn't cry too much on the job, I'd try not to be a basket case.