Fangirls, I’ve been thinking a lot about my time in the Disney College Program recently. I’ve been thinking about both times, and the different experiences I had at both. Part of the reason I’ve been thinking about Disney so much is my Ohana is planning a reunion trip down to Florida to Walt Disney World because it’s been about 2 years since we’ve been together as a group. Thinking about Disney usually makes me pretty sad, but recently I realized that I’m so grateful that things didn’t go as planned on my second program.
I said we were going to end on a high note, so I’m going to show you a couple pictures from the Monsters University Pep Rally that’s going on for the Monstrous Summer Limited Time Magic series.
Now, as many of you know, I left the College Program. I’m not here to slander the company, or to complain. I’m just going to describe the process I went through to self terminate, and get home. Tomorrow will be the final installment of this series, and it will be a positive one.
So I started training for my new role. I did my park tour of Epcot, and learned some new and interesting thing. I found out that Spaceship Earth actually changes sizes. It expands to let in more wind and dry out when it rains. It shrinks to become more safe during hurricanes. It was also the world’s first geodesic sphere.
Star Wars Weekends
Star Wars Weekends are a part of a month long celebration in Walt Disney World. Sadly, I only got to experience one day of them this year, but I got to celebrate all month long last year. Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for four weeks, special characters and celebrities come to Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
This is Roxy. She’s a life-size Rancor that travels to different conventions all over the states. It was really cool to see her at Star Wars Weekends this year. She crouches at a full 17 feet tall! It was really cool to take a picture with her.
Hey Disnerds, I’m really sorry that I only posted once about the DCP last week. I ended up having a much more difficult weekend than I expected. Last Saturday I almost went to the hospital for heat exhaustion. The same thing happened yesterday. Twice in less than seven days, I had ambulances called for me. I don’t know why I’m reacting so adversely to the heat, but it really seems like everything is going wrong.
This past week has been a lot of training, and it’s exhausting. I did have two days off, and those were pretty busy too. My serious training started last Sunday, with a class called Welcome to Entertainment. In there we learned proper stretching, and techniques for keeping us safe. Then we went to the Utilidor, and that’s where some troubles started.