If you're a Disney Parks fan than you'll know what I'm talking about. I get off of the plane, and I don't even have my luggage yet. I already can feel my body relax. One day ago I said that I would think about some ideas for work and give it some attention during my vacation. Work has already left my mind. I get to my room and drop my bags. Immediately I remember what a carefree existence feels like. It won't matter if I miss the next bus or boat. I won't care if I miss a certain ride because the line is long - I can go tomorrow, or not. But, I can't peel the smile from my face. I've been on other vacations. I have seen other remarkable places and experienced a range of incredible things. It's not cliche when I say there's magic here. I don't say it to get preachy or to try to attract others to spend dollars in a place that can be as expensive or reasonable as you make it. This is my experience. This is my happy place. When I say "I'm tired," here, it's a good tired. The kind that lets you know you've had a full day and experiences that will fill your memory for a lifetime. It's a tired that doesn't say, "I can't go on." It's a tired that says, "I hope tomorrow leaves me this tired, because I'll have covered a lot of ground." I guess there's a difference between a full heart that carries the weight of happiness and a heart that carries the pressure of every day life. We all need a little of this type of magic in our lives. Until next time Disney!