Driving into the property and seeing the big WDW sign. Walking into the lobby of a resort we've never stayed at before. Relaxing on the water taxi as we cruise down the Sassagoula. Walking onto MSUSA on our first park day, and getting that first glimpse of the castle. Eating turkey legs and churros and Dole whips. Spending time with my family without having to worry about work, school, laundry, groceries. Wondering what animal we might see that we've never seen before on KS. Seeing or hearing something that reminds me of my first trip to WDW 29 years ago with my late grandmother. Re-riding the Peoplemover 4 times in a row without getting off. Singing along with my daughter on CoP. And, soon to add to this list, being able to be there when someone experiences WDW for the first time and watching their reactions (we are taking our teenage niece to WDW for her first time in November).