Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Remembering the Disney videos


When I had enough vision to see it all, one of my favorite pastimes was to sit and watch those treasured Disney videos. Oh how much I enjoyed them. From the Lion King to Cinderella, and from Snow White to Toy Story and much more. I used to fill my favorite bowl with pop corn and there I would be, sitting close up to watch my videos.

I could see the action as it happened and if anyone was around to watch it with me then I would have an additional pair of eyes to enhance my watching. Mom would often be with me and she would describe the action and sometimes my niece Martha would do the same. I had so much fun! I allowed myself to slip back into childhood and my imagination would dance with scenes of the day's viewing as I lay in bed at night waiting for the sandman to escort me into dreamland.

As I sit writing this blog I can still see it all in my mind's eye and I can hear the voices piercing through my concentration. I still have my treasured collection on my shelf and sometime in the near future I plan to start watching/listening to them once more.

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