Walt Disney World’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is an annual Fall tradition for many Guests and Cast Members
Walt Disney World’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is an annual Fall tradition for many Guests and Cast Members. Had a special moment after the final fireworks sequence concluded as the breathtaking oh’s and ah’s from so many people turned into roaring applause.
A moment so hard to describe from the vantage point of an almost 30-year Cast Member (standing next to his wife with the same Disney longevity).
This can be scary, a blank sheet of paper. Not as scary as last night’s traditional “ghost and goblin” Halloween traditions. But scary nonetheless.
In today’s world, it’s more like a white (blank) page on a blog.
The pressure of the clock. The fifth of five daily blogs. The thought of writing something just to write to fill up the space.
Yes, and sometimes, necessary. Carpe diem.
— Japanese proverb “Hearing something 100 times is not as good as seeing it once”.
Most of us have heard this so many times we’ve lost track, right? “It’s not the material things in life that are important”.
If we know this to be true, that material things aren’t the important thing, why do we work so hard to get so much stuff? That’s what I want to know.
I’d like to take a risk and ask you readers to leave a comment with your take on this human dilemma. Happy Halloween.
That’s all I have this morning. Hope you have a great Friday and a great weekend.
Happy Anniversary to my sister and brother-in-law. They were married 28 years ago tomorrow.
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