aloo for me), central character (any of the Princesses for my nieces) or a secondary character (Scrooge McDuck for my father) there is some attachment that is had between Disney and the individual. It is this attachment that starts the relationship.
My fondest memory happened when I took my son (then 3) to Disney in the middle of the summer. We were just about to exit from a long, hot day at the park and we were very tired. As we approached the exit, around the corner came Lightning McQueen with music blaring. It didn't seem that there were many people around us at first. In about 10 seconds, there were more than 50 3-7 year old boys all over the car. My son was as excited as I have ever seen him. All the other experiences of the day could not hold a candle to what he just experienced. The smile on his face was enormous and he talked about it for weeks that he met Lightning McQueen. Everytime since he says "Remember when we met Lightning McQueen here?".
A few years ago, I bought my father a statue of Scrooge McDuck diving into his gold coins and playing with them. My father proceeded to tell us all the memories he had as child reading the comic books and seeing the short movies and how he always wanted a safe big enough to be like Scrooge. What a wonderful expression of joy.
There is something for everyone at Disney and they make sure of that for all generations.
It truly is a magical place.…