So How Many of you remember 05-05-05!!
The Crowds, the excitement, & the long lines!!! Today on May 5th, 2008 marks 3 years ago that Disneyland Kicked off its official "50th Anniversary Celebration" at Disneyland in Anahiem, California. I was there and will always remember this day. The Celebration kicked off on May 5th, 2005, with Julie Andrews on Hand, Art Link letter (was on hand to host the opening of Disneyland in 1955), as well as a gaggle of Celebrities and Disney Characters. Although the park was not to turn 50 on July 17th, 2005 It was a Day of Joyous Celebration and Lots & Lots of People!! lol. I remember it very well it was Cloudy and Rainy, and People were lined up all the way To Harbor Street!. I was very excited because it was the first time i was to See Walt Disney's Parade of Dreams, & Remember Dreams Come True. I was working Over at California Adventure the night before and was able to Catch a glimpse of DCA's BlocK Party Bash Parade in Rehearsals and i knew that it was going to be a very special Day On May 5th. The next morning, me and my brother and sister staked out a place close to Sleeping Beauty Castle and next thing you know, Leann Rimes appeared! She sang "Remember When" (It brought me to tears, bringing back so many wonderful memories i shared at the park when i was a kid), Christina Aguilera sang "When You Wish Upon a Star". Micheal Eisner took stage and then Julie Andrews (AKA Mary Poppins) Welcomed Everyone Home to the Joyous 50th Anniversary Celebration. This will always hold a special place on my heart because although i worked at California Adventure i felt the Magic, and seeing Disneyland through a child's eyes is priceless. If i could go back in time I would to this very Day Three Years ago!. Were very lucky, that there are still remincent offerings from Disneyland's 50th today like Remember, Walt Disneys Parade of Dreams, and Disneyland the First 50 Magical years!
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