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Most emotional WDW moment
For me my most emotional moment was at Epcot, i was wating for my sisters to get out of the bathroom, it was right ater the fireworks so everything was dark, it was our last day bc we bought 3 day passes, i was in canada sitting on some bench listening to some werid sad music just staring out into the night..
Adrien Your 14 year old disney expert! If I go crazy, will you still call me superman?
I was watching wishes from frontierland. And I hadn't seen the fireworks from the park in years. It was gorgeous and the colors were amazing.
What ruined the moment was dropping my churro on the ground...that kinda made me mad...
My first time back to Disney World from when i was 8(so when i was 16) watching Illuminations
"L'amour brille sous les étoiles Illuminant leur cœur Sa lumière Eclaire à l'infini Un sublime espoir" -so i dont really speak french but would love to would u amour to? 3 times w/i the celebration I'm a millionaire who got to the hot seat
so far i have only went once! but my most emotional WDW moment was:
when my daughter meet mickey and minnie at chef mickey's... she was in love! her at home she would kiss their noses on her stuffed mickey and minie.. and when she met them.. she did the same thing! and she wouldnt let go of minnie.. it was so awesome..
were going back to chef mickeys every trip from now on!
All Star Sports July 2006 All Star Movies October 2007 Coronado Spring February 2010 Pop Century October 2010 All Star Movies September 2011 Pop Century September 2012 Chrissy
I think that would make anyone mad!
Originally Posted by Caribbean Lady
Mine was on my first visit, riding the monorail backwards, watching the MK getting smaller and smaller and getting all teary eyed. I was 10 or 11.
Caroline is lieing to y'all!!!
Her most emotional moment was when she finally got to meet me!
Nothing to countdown to, so just smile and be happy everyday!
(Shhhh, don't tell everybody!)
Originally Posted by GaRain
Watching my daughter see the castle for the first time on top of her daddy's shoulders..... she was amazed!
Have a Magical Day! Sharon
"You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality." Walt Disney
Been to Disney in 1975, 1985, 1988, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007......
I have had a couple emotional moments at WDW....
I remember one trip sitting on the Skyway watching the fireworks, and seeing my family all huddled together. Just to see the ear to ear grins on their faces, and to be enjoying that with one another made me melt inside.
Another time was when I was swimming in the pool at Old Key West, and my father taught me how to swim there.
And my most recent trip- when a young Aladdin winked and smiled at me....hehe. (I was emotional because my father decided to teach him a lesson--just kidding. haha, luckily, he didn't flip out)
He won't win the MVP or be voted into the Hall of Fame........then again, some heroes don't play games.
When my youngest daughter met Stitch for the first time.
When my oldest daughter met Aeriel for the first time.
I'll never forget the look on their faces.
From 2005, finally stepping into the World and realizing how magical it truly can be. I'm just in such a happy place when I'm in WDW. Everytime I leave, I start to get teary-eyed.
"Do Not Go To Disney World With A Bottle Of Pepsi. We will never see you again, and I'm pretty sure that's a bad thing"
Mine was b ack in April of 04 on our honeymoon .Arriving to the park with My new bride for the first time and for the first time seeing her reactions and realizing that I had finally been to Disney with someone who would Love it there as much as I do!!!!!!!!!!!.
11 Pre-DVC Trips to WDW 8-1978 through 12-2006. Our DVC/Disney Resort trips have been: Trip #1 (Jan 31-Feb 5-07) SSR. Studio. Trip #2 (May 1- 8-07) OKW. Studio. Trip #3 (June 26-July 1-07) SSR. 1 Bdrm. Trip #4 (Sept 16-21-07) OKW. 1 & 2 Bdrm. Trip #5 (Nov 29-Dec 3-07) AKL. Trip #6 (Jan 26-Feb 2-08) AKL. Studio. Trip #7 (April 12-18-08) SSR. 1 Bdrm. Trip #8 (May 23-27-08) SSR. Studio. Trip # 9(May 27-30-08) OKW. Studio. Trip # 10(Sept 10-17-08) BWV. Studio Trip # 11 (Nov 15-21-08) VWL. 2 Bdrm. Trip # 12 (Dec 19-21-08) SSR. Studio. Trip # 13(Feb 1-6-09) SSR. 2 Bdrm. Trip # 14(Feb 27-Mar 1-09) AKV Studio Trip # 15(Apr 30-May 8-09) ASR Movies-1 nite, PO Riverside- 4 nites, SSR Studio 3 nites Trip # 16(July 6th-10th-09)Pop Century Trip # 17(Sept 18th-24th-2009)Pop Century Trip #18(Oct 10th-16th 2009) ASR Music-1 nite, SSR Treehouses 5 nites Trip #19(Jan 20th-26th 2010) OKW-4 nites, Bch Club Studio Villa 2 nites Trip #20(Apr 23rd-26th 2010) Caribbean Beach Resort Trip #21(June 18th-25th 2010) POR 2 nites, SSR 2bdrm Villa 5 Nites.
I cried for hours when we left WDW the first time I was there (I was 5 years old).
My most recent was last year on our honeymoon. I'm not a very emotional dude, so this may seem lame compared to the others, but...
we had only been on property for a couple hours, we hadn't even been to any of the parks yet, and we were having dinner at Artist Point at the Wilderness Lodge where we had just checked in and gotten settled into our room. We were sitting next to a window overlooking the lake and the sun was just starting to set and I came to the realization that I had never been happier in my life (at least that I could remember). Previous to this trip, I had had some great times, met some great people, saw some great places, and done some crazy and fun things, but I knew that this topped them all. I had insurance, a good job, a lovely bride, a good family, plenty of souvenir money, was wearing nice clothes, eating nice food, and I was in WDW on a trip I had been planning for over a year. It all had finally led to this, the culmination of all my efforts. It felt good.
If we can dream it, we can do it
Dood, that was awesome.
I can tell you that my son's most emotional moment was when we were sitting at Nine Dragons and he realized he would not get to ride Test Track again that night. He told me that he was very, very sad. I could tell he was sad because he was sobbing. That is why we ended up going to Epcot again on our last day instead of MK, so that he could ride TT one more time. I think Epcot was his favorite park overall.
Watching my son being the big brother and holding his little sister by the hand, escorting her to yet another ride at WDW. I have a great picture of it.
When you wish upon a star..... LAUGHTER IS TIMELESS, IMAGINATION HAS NO AGE AND DREAMS ARE FOREVER. Adults are only kids grown up, anyway. WD ...That's the real trouble with the world. Too many people grow up. WD
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