We also visited Team Disney, but photos are not permitted inside. We did get to see the world’s largest sundial, which is the building’s centerpiece.
Only one person knows that one of the four Disney Magic Moments was missed. Had coordinated with the Team Disney reception desk but the timing fell through. No one’s fault. But it demonstrates that creating Magic is hard work and doesn’t always work.
The other Magic Moment for Donna was receiving an autographed copy of Lee Cockerell’s new book, “Time Management Magic”. It happened in a most unexpected place by one of Disney’s hardest working and most respected Cast Members.
(photo: North Carolina spider web dripping with morning dew… a brand new day about to begin)
Being too disorganized ensures we never have time for introspection. And introspection is the only way for us to organize our thoughts, dreams, and priorities.
An ordinary spider web. Typical morning dew in the North Carolina Mountains.
But if we were thirsting in a dry, barren desert, we’d tenderly figure out a way to get that dew into our mouths without missing one precious drop. The stickiness of the web would be the last thing on our mind.
As we rush through today, may we find small, tender moments to drink from the present moment, whatever those circumstances offer.
Today’s home thought continues with a mental thought for the day at the Next Blog