Walt Disney World holds a special place in my heart. I've been there plenty of times, and I was never disappointed each time. I arrived there happy and I left happy/sad crying because I never ever want to leave and I love it so much.
I hate to break it to you, but I will never be too old for Disney.
Disney was my childhood, and it made my childhood magical. I grew up with the Disney Princesses and I watched them fall in love with the perfect men. Andy's toys were with me since birth, and the last movie was released when I turned 22.
Pixar joined hands with Disney and created some of the best movies I've ever seen. A tiny clownfish disappears and his father goes on an adventure through the open ocean to find him, along with the company of a silly fish with short-term memory loss. Two monsters take us through their workspace with a little human whom they grow to love. Cars... just simply cars.
When I was a child, the movies were not the only things that kept me happy. Disney TV shows were booming and I was hooked. I woke up early on the weekends to watch some of my favorite shows.
Movies and TV only made it more magical and real when I actually visited Disney World in Florida. I face my fear of flying so that I can see Cinderella's Castle again. I travel miles and miles to see my girl Minnie Mouse, along with the rest of her friends.
I'm the girl you find in the front seat of Splash Mountain and the chick you see in the character lines, waiting for a picture with them as a grown-ass adult.
Now, I won't apologize for loving Disney at my age, and I don't think I'll ever stop. I will continue to go with my family, and frankly, there is no law that says only families with young children shall go there. I now have a "baby" baby brother, so I think I'll be going there more often than I thought before.
I'm Stitch's biggest fan and my favorite ride is Splash Mountain. Plus, Disney is in Florida; that automatically qualifies as a paradise to me.
There is no age limit for the happiest place on Earth. I'm "sorry but not really sorry" that I will be a Disney fanatic forever.