My Disney Journey

This blog was a journey of my application to Walt Disney World's Cultural Representative Program, from sorting out my CV through all the interviews to a year of having a mouse for a boss! Now, watch as I try to get back to my second home.

Small World Syndrome! February 4, 2011

Terri has what she calls Small World Syndrome. She keeps knowing people who’re here by some random link back home. Today, I also had it!

I was seating for my whole shift, and during one moment I had a couple of guests come up to me, a guy and a girl. She asked me if I used to go to Uni before coming out here. I said yes, Bristol. She asked if I used to dance. I said yes. It turned out that the pair of them used to be team captains for Cardiff’s ballroom dancing team, and they were captains while I was dancing for Bristol. Bristol and Cardiff went to a lot of competitions together, and at one competition Cardiff was short of dancers, so I ended up dancing for them!!! And that was why she recognised me!

Oh, I also drew a hopscotch today!! It was a fish and chips themed one, drawn by me and Stuart. Simple, but stylish, and happened to advertise our chippie as well. How cool is that? 😛

After work I popped out for dinner with Dan (who’s here visiting Terri, and she was working). We decided on a resort in the end, as I had to pop home to get changed, and the parks would be closed by the time I was back out again. So I choose Riverside Mill at Port Orleans Riverside. Partly because it looked yummy and partly because I wanted to have a nose at the resort to see if I’d like to stay there in June when Jon visits again. 😛 As it turns out, the food was very yummy, and the resort looks pretty good. Although it’s a very spread out resort, but I think that’s cool.

Anyway, it’s rather late now, and I should really be sleeping. Work again tomorrow (and for many more days yet – my fault for moving my Regular Days Off this week).



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