And we thought the first work week of 2010 would be slow…not at all. We had several announcements and the first post from new author Steve Davison of Walt Disney Imagineering Creative Entertainment. Steve shared some powerful video featuring World of Color fire effects. If you missed it, here it is again:
Also this week, chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Tom Staggs, visited Magic Kingdom and other parks for the first time since starting his new role. Here’s the list of our other most popular posts:
‘Give a Day, Get a Disney Day’ – Pass it on! — We featured a new way to spread the volunteer spirit starring the Muppets — and you.
Walt Disney World Moms Panel Welcomes New Members — The newest panelists were introduced on the blog.
Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World – Morning to Night — Before the holiday decorations come down, another unique look at Main Street, U.S.A.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Welcomes Gerenuk Calf to Herd — What better way to begin the first week of 2010 than with a beautiful image of a new member of the family at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
Rehearsal Video of Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy — Heather gave us a first look at “Disney’s Honorary VoluntEars Cavalcade.”
Video Preview: What’s Coming Up at Disney’s California Adventure Park — This video highlighted new experiences coming to Disney’s California Adventure Park
New Retro-Style Merchandise Unveiled for 55th Anniversary — Michelle shared some details of the new program, “Happiest Memories on Earth.”
Children Can Customize Vacations on Disney Cruise Line — Disney Cruise Line announced that children can choose experiences based on their interest.
Having visited Walt Disney World 6 times, we have many wonderful
memories. On the first 2 visits we took our children and stayed
at the Contemporary. It was at Christmas and nothing is more
beautiful at Christmas than Disney. The next time we went it was
with our children and their spouses. And the next two times it
was our chilren, spouses and 4 grandchildren. If you’ve never seen the light in eyes of child or the smile on their face when
they enter this magical world, you don’t know what you missing.
We’ve always stayed in the resorts inside the park and if you go
do the same, you want regret it. I am an old man, recouping
from cancer and I may not get to go to Disney again, but I thank God for the memories and my wife and I continuously talk about our
next trip to Disney with our grandchildren. Don’t count me out yet, I may yet see you again Mickey.