"The Discomfort of Criticizing Something You Loved"
When I was a kid in the 70s & early 80s, I looked forward to our one or two days at WDW each summer
much more than I looked forward to my birthday or Christmas, and I loved Christmas.
So when I write posts criticizing the $800,000,000 being spent on MyMagic+,
or the reportedly poor condition of the Carousel of Progress, the Great Movie Ride or Maelstrom,
or the too few e-ticket attractions built in the last ten years
or that none are scheduled to be completed in the next couple of years,
it kind of hurts.
I LOVED Walt Disney World
and I want my daughter to see a Magic Kingdom and EPCOT that are
as clean as the ones I dreamed about. That's why I want it to be improved--so I feel entirely good about spending money to cross the country to visit WDW instead of other places.
So, just curious, does it also bother any of you when you feel compelled to criticize WDW?