First, I'd like to say a big THANK YOU to the Disboards and everyone who posts on them. I feel that everyone here "gets" me and the Disney thing ... the same way that I "get" you and your Disney thing. DH and I took DD and DS to WDW for four days in mid-February. DH and I hadn't been to WDW since we were children (in the late 70s) and it was DD and DS's first time. It was wonderful, just as I knew it would be. It was one of the best family vacations that we ever took. Well, on our last full day we went back to the Magic Kingdom (none of us can get enough of that place!). As we left the MK later that afternoon (we took the ferry/boat back), I turn to tell the kids something and both of them are in tears. DD (who is 9) was just crying but DS (who is 6) was sobbing. I immediately knew why they were crying and I felt a lump form in my throat. I glace back and I see that the Castle is getting smaller and smaller. DH and I start hugging the kids saying, "We're going to come back next year! We promise!" So, a few days later it's back to work and school. I'm driving to work and I hear a song that we heard several times on our way down to WDW (we drove from Connecticut to Florida). Immediately I think of our trip and tears come to my eyes. I hurriedly brush them away. Later that morning, I'm bringing the mail down to the mail box and as I'm walking down the dimly lit hall, it reminds me of waiting in line/walking onto Pirates of the Carribbean (and every other attraction). I start feeling the tears again. I'm not the only one who feels weepy and sad a few weeks after a WDW visit, right?