Alone in a theme park…
Written by Brian Emery
I was outside shoveling some snow on Friday night at 11:30 pm and I noticed how quiet it was, no one on the streets, no one walking a dog, not even one car passed. I took a moment to enjoy the serenity of the night. All was very calm, quiet and peaceful. I thought how nice it was to be outside and alone which does not happen often in this crowded world. It was truly an enjoyable moment.Tweet
Then I started to think about being in places usually flooded with thousands of people and what it would like to be alone. Just imagine walking down Main Street USA in Walt Disney World and you are by yourself. Or walking down the Las Vegas Strip by Caesar’s Palace and there are no cars anywhere. What would it be like?
Would you be intimidated, scared, overwhelmed? Would you enjoy the silence? Would it be almost like a religious experience and Only the Truth shall set you free?
I am sure some Maintenance folks have be close to alone on a few occasions, but I am talking about alone, just you…. I bet it would be nice…
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