Disney World. Walt Disney. Magical. The Happiest place on Earth. This is all I have heard people say for the past few months when I would share with my peers that I will be going to Disney World after graduation. After, I would think to myself, "how can one place be so magical?" With the nickname, Magical Morgan in college I was eager to find out if Disney World truly lived up to the hype. However, I am more than happy to say it does.
Disney World is a perfect place for a creative just like myself. Day one was nothing but a dream at Magic Kingdom. I remember thinking, "Walt was a dreamer." He dreamt of a world that would bring people joy no matter how young or old. He turned that dream into his reality. Much like what I am trying to do with my life right now. I once heard a professor exclaim that, "designers are the best people to start businesses because they are problem solvers."
Walt solved problems. Day two at Disney World, I was nervous. I remember thinking to myself this morning as I woke, "how can Epcot live up to Magic Kingdom?" I mean, it's magical for Pete's sake! Then, just like that Disney had outdone itself yet again. Epcot was magical in its own special way. Being able to see where all of my favorite Disney Princesses are from as well as visiting so many different cities was magic within itself. I am a want-to-be/soon-to-be world traveler and Epcot gave me a taste of what traveling the world looks like. I was thoroughly impressed.
So, I leave you by saying, Disney World. Walt Disney. Magical. The Happiest place on Earth. Yes, it's true. After going to Disney World, I believe once more all of my wildest dreams can and will come true.