3+ years and 46 guests after beginning, we’ve made it to 100 episodes! Whether this is your first time listening or you’ve heard them all, thank you for making this possible. And if you’ve shared a story or left a review, an extra special thank you.
By the way, if you’re wondering why I don’t sound more excited, it’s for a very good reason. I’m recording this about 1:00 in the morning, and my daughter is asleep in the next room. If you have kids, you know that the first rule is that when a baby is sleeping, you do whatever you have to not to wake them up! And so, as excited as I am for 100 episodes, I’m doing my best to be sure our little princess stays asleep.
As I’d hoped it would be, this episode is going to be all about and from you, the listeners and fans of Disney. I’ve got voicemails and Facebook messages from fellow Disney fans, and in some cases fellow podcasters, sharing a favorite Disney memory or what makes Disney special to them. In this very special show, that’s what I’m going to share with you, and I hope you enjoy them!
In this episode, hear stories and memories from…
- Jeremy Shields (The Neverland Podcast)
- Valarie Vorpagel (the picture I mentioned is the one to the right here)
- Kris Sheppard (The Successful Performercast)
- Natalie Fultz
- Jonathan Johnson (DizRadio)
- Donna Ng
- Rob Myrick (WDW Navigators)
- Krista Joy (Disneyways and Living the Dream)
- Lynn Barron (The Sweep Spot podcast and Cleaning the Kingdom book)
- Paige Zimmerman (DizRadio)
- Sarah and Richard Woloski (Skywalking Through Neverland)
I want to hear from you, so please email me, leave a comment below, or call the Listener Feedback line at (734) 23-STORY.
If you call in, don’t worry about having to sound perfect. If you ask me to, I’ll edit out any mistakes so you sound as good as you possibly can. You’re even welcome to start your entire story over again and I’ll use the “take” you want! If you want to submit a story anonymously, for whatever reason you may have, email it to me and tell you me you wanted it shared that way. I’ll read it on the podcast, but keep your name private.
Thanks for listening!
Music and voiceovers provided by Rick Moyer.
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