Welcome to those of you joining me from The Magical Mouse Pad and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 4th stop on our Magical Blogorail. Today we are discussing our favorite nighttime spectaculars.
When I think of Disney, I don't think of crazy roller coasters; instead, I think about world class entertainment for the entire family. The first time I saw Wishes: A Magical Gathering of Disney Dreams it was June 2004. It was two months before I was supposed to start my College Program and I was hoping I made the right decision.
We sat down directly in front of Cinderella Castle and took it all in. Jiminy Cricket's voice encompassed the park and I was immediately hooked. I didn't know where to look first -- the castle, the fireworks, or the kids and adults around me who looked absolutely mesmerized.
During my College Program I always loved when I was at a position outside of Space Mountain during the fireworks. I would sing along with the guests watching from Tomorrowland. I was also very lucky to have roommates who loved Wishes as much as I do. On our very last day of our College Program, I was in charge of driving my roommates back and forth to the airport. It was a depressing job, and to try to make things right, we sang Wishes while listening to my CD on the top of our lungs back and forth.
|With my roommates watching Wishes.|
If you are a park purist, I suggest watching from the Tomorrowland bridge.
No matter where I see the show, it will always have a special place in my heart. I dread the day that Disney replaces the show. My favorite years at Disney have always included a night of Wishes!
What are your favorite memories of Wishes?
Thank you for joining me today. Your next stop on the Magical Blogorail Loop is The Disney Chick.
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