When I'm not working, at the theater, or working on the house; there's a good chance I'm playing in a Disney park somewhere. Most likely, I'll be in Disneyland, but I have to make my annual trek to Walt Disney World and the occasional trip to Tokyo or Paris.
In fact, in honor of Disneyland's 50th anniversary I made the world-tour, visiting all of the parks in 5 months (5 parks, 5 months in '05 for the 50th). This included a visit to Hong Kong Disneyland for opening day, four days at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disney Sea, a few days at Disneyland Paris, and the usual trip to Walt Disney World for Thanksgiving.
If there is any doubt of my Disney dedication, I even served as a member of Disneyland's Creative Advisory Council several years ago. While this group is no longer in existance, it was a group of people selected by Disneyland marketing to provide feedback on future product ideas. Not only did we get to see merchandise before anyone else, but we also were priviledged to view several things not seen by the usual guest; such as Walt's Apartment, the TDA building, many backstage areas, and Main Street at 7am while it still had delivery trucks on it.