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Journeying To My Inner Child At Walt Disney World’s Epcot Center

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I’m celebrating an anniversary of sorts. Three years ago this month I walked away from corporate life to pursue my lifelong passions of travel, writing and photography. Although it’s not an easy path, I feel alive for the first time in my life. The serious perspective that dogged my every thought and action for years has magically vanished. The difference between then and now was driven home recently during when I experienced Walt Disney World with uninhibited, childlike joy.
 

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Here’s to many more years of joy!

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15 Comments on “Journeying To My Inner Child At Walt Disney World’s Epcot Center

  1. Barbara, that was a great video. It looked like you are really having a good time. I have to say, you can never be too old to enjoy Disney World. I hope you continue to let your inner kid come out!

  2. Barbara, that was a great video. It looked like you are really having a good time. I have to say, you can never be too old to enjoy Disney World. I hope you continue to let your inner kid come out!

  3. Congratulations, Barbara. I enjoyed watching the reluctant dad finally let go of his inner child. Nice piece on Disney World.

  4. Congratulations, Barbara. I enjoyed watching the reluctant dad finally let go of his inner child. Nice piece on Disney World.

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  6. One place I’ve never been to is Disney World. After seeing this, I’m more interested in experiencing it for myself. Thanks!

    Libbie

  7. One place I’ve never been to is Disney World. After seeing this, I’m more interested in experiencing it for myself. Thanks!

    Libbie

  8. Heather, my kids are 20 and 25 and still (and always have) love our Disney World trips. I’ll turn 51 this year, and I’m still not to old for Disney.

    Barbara,

    Thanks for the great video. You’ve given me hope for my retirement job.

  9. Heather, my kids are 20 and 25 and still (and always have) love our Disney World trips. I’ll turn 51 this year, and I’m still not to old for Disney.

    Barbara,

    Thanks for the great video. You’ve given me hope for my retirement job.

  10. I love the animals that you “morphed” into — especially the lion cub but then I have always loved cats. I too found my inner child at Disneyland. It truly is a magical place.

  11. I love the animals that you “morphed” into — especially the lion cub but then I have always loved cats. I too found my inner child at Disneyland. It truly is a magical place.

  12. I think my kids are a bit too old for Disney now they are teenagers, but I can see the magic for younger kids and indeed grown-up kids if you enter into the spirit of a make-believe world. Glad that you’re doing what you enjoy.

  13. I think my kids are a bit too old for Disney now they are teenagers, but I can see the magic for younger kids and indeed grown-up kids if you enter into the spirit of a make-believe world. Glad that you’re doing what you enjoy.

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