Just randomly this morning I was filling out a WDW poll in one of the other forums...and I got hit with and amazing memory, complete with a wave of emotion. I know we all have thought of the World that bring a tear to our eye, but I literally got choked up. I was answering the question, "What id your favorite monorail color?" I typed "red, then purple", and as I hit the letters, I had a vivid memory of my wife and I, sitting at breakfast in the Concourse Steakhouse in the Contemporary. My wife is a 4 year old at heart, so everytime a monorail would glide through the lobby, she'd say, "Hi Red" or "Hi Lime", or whatever train was going through. It was cute and made us both smile. The last day there was really sad. After 12 days of one of the best trip we've ever had, it had all come to an end. That day over breakfast, as the first train came through, my wife said, through stifed tears, "Bye Blue". We both nearly lost it.... Right now reliving it, hearing my wife's tone of voice both ways, the happy 4 year old, and the sad wife....I'm crying. I'm sitting at my desk at work crying. The memory is just so vivid and real, and seeing and hearing it in my mind just brings back every feeling and emotion we felt that last day. You could say it's very bittersweet... That trip was my first "real" trip to Disney, and the beginning of my mania about WDW. On the other hand it hurts so bad to think of it. My mind doesn't know what to think, I'm crying and sad, but there's a faint smile under it all. Anyone else have that one memory like this?