July 17, 2009
What Disneyland Means to Me
Journeys to far off places contrasted with an America of old never to be seen again. Hopes for the future while appreciating the timeless and ageless values of the past. Making you proud to be an American. Looks of awe and surprise on the faces of my preschoolers. Riding the Matterhorn Bobsleds with my grandmother. Watching my parents dance under the evening sky on Main Street just before the park closed. An impressive birthday dinner date with my wife to be at Club 33. Seeing something new every visit- even after hundreds of them. Knowing not just that Walt walked here but that he loved the place. This is what Disneyland is and will always mean to me.