"I’m only 17 but honestly one of my biggest fantasies is visiting Disney World with husband and our children. I always picture whoever I’m currently crushing on as my husband. Its a good fantasy to lift me up whenever I’m depressed. Because someday."
"I miss working at The Seas with Nemo and friends, it was where I worked while on the Disney College Program. I miss the atmosphere and kindness that everyone I worked with had. My favorite part of the job was hosting Turtle Talk with Crush, I really miss interacting with my favorite Disney character every day. I use ’turtle lingo’ everyday without even realizing it. For example someone at school told me "You so totally rock" and I responded "Dude"."
"Although I’m really excited to be working at Disney World in the fall, I’m also really terrified. I have severe social anxiety so talking to people is really hard for me. I’ve heard it’s easy to get fired if you aren’t good with guests and I’m worried that my anxiety might be a problem"
"I cry easily, and bounce when I’m excited, so at Disney World I always felt so elated that I always felt like crying or squealing. However, I knew it would embarrass my friends, so I had to distance myself. I have to do the same during the movies"
"My biggest dream is to do the DCP and stay on full time to eventually be a disney wedding planner at disney. But my family would never approve…"
"I work at Universal Studios now and even though my family is more for Disney world, where my Mom works, I feel like the Cast at Disney aren’t as nearly guest orientated as the team members at universal. They seem almost rude in comparison now. But maybe I’m biased…"
"My boyfriend has never been to any Disney park (or any theme park in general). I’d love to take him, but I’m afraid he’ll ruin it. He’s easily annoyed, to the point where he’s demanded I take him home after an hour’s worth of a three-day event. I really love my Disney experiences and I want to share one with him, but I’m just so afraid he’ll bring us both down because of something we can’t control."