When I found out I would be visiting Disney World for a work conference, I was happy but not really excited about the trip. It wasn’t until my second or third day (I’m a hard sell) that I really embraced all that was magical about Disney World. Some people are “dreaming of a white Christmas.” I can’t get the World of Disney off my mind. What would it take for my ranch to be more like this magical land?
D-IVERSITY: While at Disney World, I was able to sample all kinds of cuisine that I couldn’t sample any place else. I also interacted with people from all over the United States with differing viewpoints. We have one Mexican restaurant, a Subway, a diner, and a barbeque restaurant in my town. Dogs, cats, horses, goats and people live on my land. Is that diverse enough for Mr. Disney?
I-NTELLIGENCE: The people in charge of various departments need to be skilled so that they appear intelligent at least in that one department. There is no chance that my dog is going to learn to clean out a horse stall. She expresses no interest whatsoever and doesn’t even try to pick up a shovel. That’s going to be my job forever. I’m going to be the best “horse-stall-cleaner-outer” that I can be. My dog can continue wagging her tail continually. She’s really good at that. Mr. Disney likes this.
S-POTLESS: Disney World is the cleanest place on earth. One afternoon on the Board Walk, I walked past a tiny piece of paper on the ground. I was scared to turn around and look back fearing the street would open up and engulf the small item. Very creepy. The overall absence of trash encourages visitors to throw away theirs. It can’t hurt that all of the trashcans are decorated with flowers. Have you ever seen a plastic bag trapped against a fence in the country? That drives me crazy! I make sure every piece of trash is picked up out here. It would be easier if our visitors would stop throwing their trash out the window. I’ll work on trashcans with flowers at the top.