It's a Secret

Welcome to THE CONFESSIONAL.  This is the place where you can divulge your deepest, darkest, most neurotic things you have done in times of Disney desperation.  Don’t be ashamed.  We’ve all had these moments.  Make yourself comfy in our confessional chair and tell us. What are the things you have done in order to get your Disney “fix”?

Your Name:
Your Confession:
Total Confessions: 154
Sara L NDI 50
Next year I will be buying the DL/WDW AP. That means twice as many Disney trips for one price!
As a newbie, I'm hoping you guys will understand. Wait, I know you will understand.

I am hopelessly addicted to Disney, but recently, my neurosis has been fed by a friend on Twitter. He taught me how to download Bit Torrents of the ride soundtracks and now I play Disney ride sounds in my office most of the day (in addition to my other Disney radio stations). I am especially obsessed with my 27 minute track of the Haunted Mansion (complete with breakdown announcements) ride through.

I would ask for help with my problem, but I really don't want it. Thanks for listening!
When I feel depressed, I plan a Disney vacation and then live it out on Google Earth/Youtube ride-throughs.
I'm a law student, and when lectures on topics such as collateral estoppel or jurisdictional issues or mens rea get too boring, I find myself browsing Disney web sites and working on my next touring plan instead of taking notes.

I also bought a copy of the inaugural issue of the Unofficial Guide (from 1985), just because I HAD to know how I should have toured the parks when I was a kid . . .
Ryan D.
Just last week, as we arrived at Saratoga Springs for our weeklong visit, I adjusted my smart phone count down app to reflect the 60 some days left until our NEXT Disney vacation!
I have a trip planned to Disney World at the end of September. It's just me going. My kids don't even know I'm going. My wife does know I'm going, but she doesn't know that I also purchased an Annual Pass.
I have to confess that when it comes to my kids, I feel like a traitor if I let them watch things like Nick JR instead of Disney Junior! Or if they watch a Universal movie instead of a Disney movie! I really feel a huge pang of guilt in these instances! My 4 year old has been asking to play computer games on instead of Disney Junior and I want to tell him no!! Does anyone else feel this way or am I nuts?! Maybe I'm just a regular Neurotic Disney Mom... I can feel my WDW obsession digging deeper these days when it comes to clothes shopping for my kids. In preparation for our WDW trip in August I have been buying only clothes with Disney characters on them...and I get frustrated when I can't find any for my 3 month old!! Oh my!!
Sara L NDI 50
Well this isn't a confession but a secret. My DFF (Disney Fan Freind) got into a accident that she has to go though 3 operations. Well to get her though all this pain is talking about planning a vacation to The House of Mouse next year. Before she had to go though all this pain she took her three kids on their first trip to WDW. She loved it and want to go back so I told her to check out other resorts. She liked Comptemporay so next year that is went we will be staying. Well this is the only thing that helps her deal with all the pain.
Now the confession! I'm getting a free trip!
Kevin L.
I just watched my first episode of inner mouse and wanted to confess that I, too visit the Magic Kingdom via Google Earth. I sometimes take it a bit further. I live in Washington state so if I am particularly obsessed at that moment in time, I will start driving to Orlando via Google Earth picking a different route each time until I arrive at Port Orleans. I then drop off my "car" and take Disney Transportation to the Magic Kingdom and start my visit. Once I arrive at the front gate, I put on my headphones and listen to one of Lou Mongello's Audio Guides and walk with Lou through the park.

I am a newbie and my Twitter name is @humbleservant.
Beth NDM #335
My daughter's 5th birthday isn't until July, but after recently receiving a Birthday Express catalog in the mail, all she has talked about is her birthday. All three of my kids have had Disney themed parties. Yesterday, she tells me she wants a kitten themed birthday (the catalog has a set with a kitten wearing a birthday hat). I will confess I was quite disappointed, but of course, she didn't know that. My next confession is just a minute ago, she says she wants Little Mermaid & Sleeping Beauty party and I am so excited! Is that terrible??