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    All Time #1 Disney Moment

    What is your number one all time best diney moment? Mine, which I still get chills thinking about, goes like this... In 2000, at Christmas time, I was on a bus in WDW from Epcot to the Carribean Beach Resort with my kid sister. Being the big brother I decided to embarass her by singing, "Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer." The bus was completely full because it was the end of the night. The reaction I got was very unexpected, I started singing softly and before I knew it, the whole bus errupted in the song. It was completely awesome!!!!
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    The first time I took my daughter to Disneyland, the look on her face when she saw Mickey for the first time......I will never forget!
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    it's what they are like in their HEART!


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    I dont know if I have a #1 Disney moment but there have been alot of little moments that I will always remember:

    The different parades that I have enjoyed (Mardi Gra,Parade of Dreams)
    The different dates I've had at Disneyland.
    The times I have spent with my family.
    Moving down here in '92 and knowing I would be able to go anytime I pleased.

    I know that July 17th will be very memorable for me. The next landmark day for me will be when they unearth the time capsule in front of the castle. That will be a cool day !!

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    My number #1 Disney moment was at Christmas 2004 and I was at WDW with my Niece and Nephew for their first time and the excitement on my nephew's face as he was watching the fireworks is unbeatable. It was like seeing all this for the first time myself
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    The trip coming up is always the best. The anticipation is almost as good as getting there.
    As nice as the other parks are, we must always remember that it all began at Disneyland. Disneyland should be the crown jewel in the Disney crown.

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    I was about 5 or 6... It was my birthday, my mom set it up so I got to sail the Mark Twain one lap around Rivers of America!!! Kind of nerve racking at the time behind the wheel of that huge boat! I just remember little flashes but I remember it every time I see the Twain.

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    My best moments- seeing the look of joy and amazement on the looks of the faces of people I have brought to Disneyland.

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    Asking my Wife to Marry me at the Wishing Well.....11 years ago today

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    Having my 4 year old son fall asleep in my arms while walking down Main St. after the Park had closed.

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    Seeing my niece's face when she saw the Pooh characters for the first time. My sister-in-law painted her entire room with Pooh characters, a tree, flowers, and everything. So, it was REAL for her.

    A close second had to have been quite recent on a trip to WDW. It was a Magic Kingdom Extra Magic Hours moment on Splash Mountain. Let's just say, we were delerious and tired, and 1:30 in the morning. A couple people got really wet the first time down, and the second time down, the people in the back got soaked . Teach ya not to make fun!!!

    (side note: it was just the 4 of us in one flume-just our little group)
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    Girl bonding is just so necessary. It's just as important as "me" time. A good girl bonding session leaves you feeling so refreshed. I think of it as a NEED vs a want. There are just things that you need to talk to other women with. You may have the best relationship in the world with your husband, but there are just times you need your girlfriends. It makes for a healthier and happier you which makes everything else you do better.

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    i hope to make some really special memories this year... going with my bf... it will bethe first time I have ever gone with my significant other ever..
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    1) Well, there was the time that my family and I took the canoe ride, back
    when the scouts were genuone Indians. I was in the 5th grade at the
    time. The notion came to me to pool a prank and paddle the wrong
    direction. One of the bucks became PO'd, snatched my paddle from me,
    and furiously threw it into the water as if he was harpooning a whale. You
    might say I was "flubbergasted". It frightened me a little, but it was still
    funny.

    2) While in the 5th grade, we visted Disneyland again. While in Frontierland,
    an outlaw came running out of the saloon with the sheriff chasing after
    'em. The shiriff shot his gun out of his hand from a distance, and yelled
    out to the crowd to pick it up from the ground before the outlaw picked it
    up again.

    A group of 5 or 6 grown men and I quickly surrounded him, grabbing at the
    pistol as he kicked it away from us. I was the only kid brave enough (or
    stupid enough) to participate, and nearly succeded in snatching it away a
    couple of times. In the end, another boys dad took possession of the
    gun, and his son was rewarded with a brand new cowboy outfit. It hurt
    me something awful at the time. My parents were extremely proud of me
    for giving it my personal best. That was a much better reward - one that
    you can't buy or manipulate.

    This life lesson made me stronger,and more independent. Advantaged
    (and I don't just mean financially) people have never stopped me from
    pursuing my objectives. In addition, I have a greater understanding for
    others who put forth their best effort when the cards are stacked against
    them.

    3) Another favorite trip occurred a three years ago when honored my
    parents by financing a trip for them, my brother and his family. At DCA
    (qualifying as part of the Disneyland Resort), we went up Grizzly River
    Run's long, long lift. Having a severe fear of roller coasters, my Mom got
    it into her head that our raft was going to be dropped onto the California'
    Screamin' track at the end of the ramp. There wasn't any convinsing her
    otherwise. She went bug eyed and ballistic as she screamed all the way
    up and as we dropped over the edge. As we went kerplunk into the
    water, she quickly relaxed and kind of anticlimatically said,
    "Oh...this is nice.

    4) The best time of all was my "I see dead people trip". I had just finished
    the 6th grade when my parents took my brother and i on yet another
    trip. As we were what must have been a hundred feet from the
    entrance to Frontierland, in broad daylight I saw Walt outfitted in
    Indian clothing, and waving at me with the brightest of smiles. Moments
    later I turned to my parents excited and told them to look. Chills went
    down my spine when they told me that Walt Disney is dead. Of course,
    I didn't see him when I turned back. However, the memory has givin
    me a warm feeling ever since, as if Mr. Disney had touched my life
    personally, like he had/has so many others. I do believe in unexplaind
    "magic" and in God. The happiness we share with others
    makes us each special, and life truely laced with magic.

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    My honeymoon there and our last trip taking the twins and my mom are definitely tied for the best!

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    Jr. Miss Sunnygirl's 10th b-day was the first time we went to the park alone together, not as part of a huge group. We had the BEST day ever, start to finish. We went on the canoes for the first time and did all kinds of stuff we wanted to do. That was my best ever Disney moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ride Warrior
    The best time of all was my "I see dead people trip". I had just finished
    the 6th grade when my parents took my brother and i on yet another
    trip. As we were what must have been a hundred feet from the
    entrance to Frontierland, in broad daylight I saw Walt outfitted in
    Indian clothing, and waving at me with the brightest of smiles. Moments
    later I turned to my parents excited and told them to look. Chills went
    down my spine when they told me that Walt Disney is dead. Of course,
    I didn't see him when I turned back. However, the memory has givin
    me a warm feeling ever since, as if Mr. Disney had touched my life
    personally, like he had/has so many others. I do believe in unexplaind
    "magic" and in God. The happiness we share with others
    makes us each special, and life truely laced with magic.
    I think I saw him skipping Down Main Street once in a see through pink nightie, with tassles and panties carrying a parisol. Of Course I had spent a lot of time in the sun.
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