I’ve got to go.
I’m in the office of a tech company, working on a project that involves some really important things.
I’ve been working on the software for a couple of weeks, and I’ve found myself in a bit of a state of flux.
The team has been busy with their other projects, and the product is a bit stagnant.
I need to focus on the new features of the product, but there’s still a ton of stuff I need done.
The office manager is asking me if I’ve come to Disney to see Disney.
It’s a weird moment, because I’ve never been to Disney, but I’ve always been fascinated by it, so it’s pretty strange.
As I’m sitting there, I realize that I’ve not come to visit Walt Disney World, but rather the real Disney.
The real Disney is just around the corner.
I’ve been to Disneyland once, back in 2015, so I know what to expect.
I go up to the Magic Kingdom, and take in the magic of the park.
The fireworks are brilliant, and there are also the rides.
Then I stop for a bite to eat and a drink, and then it’s back to work.
But the reality of my situation isn’t that far away.
The new software is a major step forward, and Disney has promised to release it this summer.
But before I can even get a chance to visit the park, I’ve had to deal with an unexpected situation.
I’m working with a client on an online store that needs a logo and logo design for the front page of the website.
They’re not doing any SEO, so the website is a little sparse, and they’re still searching for a name that’s easy to remember.
They asked me to come up with an idea for the logo, and it turns out I have a really great idea for it.
That’s how I get to the heart of the matter: I want to show up at Disney, show my business card, and walk up to Walt Disney, who I’ve worked with on previous projects.
The way I see it, Walt Disney is my boss.
I can tell that the company is interested in my ideas, and that’s great, because if I don’t get to see Walt Disney first hand, I’ll never know how much of an impact I can have on the company.
After my meeting with Walt, I head out to the park and I walk down to the rides and the park entrance, where I stand up on a platform and I start to walk around the park in circles, trying to find my way around.
It doesn’t take long to figure out what I’m looking for.
At one point, I find a way to pass the people in front of me and go through the main entrance.
As soon as I walk through the gate, I’m greeted by a bunch of people, and a voice comes over the PA system that says, “Welcome to the Disney World Resort.”
It’s just the usual Disney theme music, and people are just kind of looking around the perimeter of the ride.
Then I’m asked to take a photo with my business cards.
When I go to the photo booth, I can’t get a good angle because of the crowd, so my photographer takes the photo and puts it on a slide.
After I take the photo, I get a nice, warm feeling inside.
Next, I see that they’ve invited me to meet Walt Disney personally.
I take a picture of myself and the new Disney, and we’re off to Disneyland together.
And then I get the news.
It turns out that Walt Disney has invited me back to his hotel room to meet him.
I feel like I’ve won the lottery, but this isn’t the first time I’ve gone to Disneyland.
The first time was when I went with my friend and his girlfriend, and she and I had been out to dinner.
And I ended up meeting Walt Disney at the hotel.
He’s just standing in the hallway, and he says, “Hey, come here.”
And I walk up, and here he is, just standing there.
Disney World is a magical place, and when I walk into it, I want it to be special for me.
There are so many different ways to experience the park; there’s the food and entertainment and the nightlife, but Disney World is one of the most unique places to visit in the world.
It gives you a sense of permanence.
It’s hard to describe what it is about Walt Disney that attracts me, but it’s easy for me to imagine him as someone who loves everything about the magic and wonders if there’s a way he could make it all better.
Walt Disney’s legacy is a story that’s always been told.
I think it’s important to be able to see this story through his eyes.
If I had to pick