Outside of my house, I keep my love for Disney on the d-l. I know not everyone feels the same way (heck, I know several people that have never been), and I get that, so I don't push. Always willing to talk about it, but I won't bring it up most of the time.
Then, I went to the local UPS store to mail Melissa's Christmas presents out (for her and the adorable Piper). After I declined their $40 fancy box/wrapping for her gifts (seriously?! no way), the manager came over to put Melissa's gift in bubble wrap for me and noticed that it was most definitely Disney related. He commented that he and his wife (also working there) were huge Disney people.
The girl who originally was helping me seemed less than thrilled about the 5 minute conversation that ensued, discussing Disney Cruise Line (DCL), Disney Vacation Club (DVC), and our upcoming trips, but I certainly enjoyed the random acts of Disney-ocity.
That made me wonder if they happened to be the same people living in my neighborhood whose house I ran past with DISBoards and Mickeys drawn on the dirt on the car window... hmmmm
Then, this morning at daycare, I watched a dad drop of his son, just a few months younger than Noah, with a Mickey blanket that we have - one that matches Noah's entire nursery - and made a comment which he said "Oh yeah, we're Mickey people." I love that.
Keep 'em coming.
At yoga, of all places. I was talking to the woman next to me before class started. We were discussing a newer shopping center which is centered around a big, amazing Wegmans (read: best grocery store. ever.). And, while the store is great, the parking lot is a zoo and to exit, you must drive through the rest of the shopping area - dozens of stores and restaurants. To my amusement, she compared leaving the grocery store like exiting a Disney ride: having to exit through shops, etc... So true - that definitely made me laugh!
Now you know, if you see me and want to talk Disney, you may just make my day. Go ahead ;-)
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