Take a beautiful Rocky Mountain Saturday; a group of closest and dearest friends; a new, wonderful, politically-charged Disney-Pixar animated movie and, chances are, you’ve found a recipe for pure magic… even outside of Disneyland.
While Wall-E definitely proved to be one of my all-time favorite Disney-Pixar efforts, it sometimes is the magic of the moment that creates a Disney experience.  Watching a little girl meet Wall-E and Eve for the first time, walking under twinkling lights and a robust moon and sharing my Disney passion with some of my favorite people… that is what Disney dreams are made of.
Sometimes walking down Main Street with just the right person, or watching your mom celebrate her birthday at the Blue Bayou is more “Disney” than any attraction, show or fireworks display could ever hope to be.  That’s not to say I don’t LOVE all of those experiences… I wouldn’t be writing this if I didn’t, but the next time
 someone asks me “Why do you like Disney SO much?!?”  I will think back to this special time and remember that sometimes Disney magic is more about the feeling of Disney than the actual, tangible Disney.

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