I’ve written some of this before, so I beg your indulgence as I explore some of the concepts more deeply to a broader audience. When I’m at Walt Disney World, I immerse myself in the Disney Bubble. It’s where I can let my guard down and be vulnerable, where I can be not only outgoing … Embracing the “Spirit of Walt”
Allow me to dream for a moment. Those of us not within reasonable driving distance to World or Land are jealous of those of you who are. If you listen to Connecting With Walt, you’ll learn that Walt Disney and subsequent planners had preliminary designs for a presence in Marceline, MS, New Jersey, and New … What Should Disney Do Next?
I’m about to say something that drives my two equally-favorite daughters crazy. Music is pointless. (Admittedly, I say that to them for no other reason than to get a rise out of them.) I actually used to listen to music all the time. In my younger days, I tricked out my rusted ’74 Chevy Malibu … What Disney Music Means to Me
Fanny packs rock. You heard me. I’d say it louder if my editors let me use bigger fonts. Apparently, in that time period between when fanny packs were popular and their subsequent waning, I was asleep. It seemed to happen so quickly. Just like three-piece suits. Don’t get me started on why three-piece suits should … In Defense of the Glorious Fanny Pack
You know how that usually goes. As parents, we all have dreams for our children. Mine played out with a simple phone call from college from my oldest. “Dad, I want to do the Disney College Program”. “The Disney What What?” I said. I had a vague recollection of noticing on some Disney nametags – … I Had My Daughter’s Disney Career All Planned Out