Taking a Quick Survey

Sometimes I enjoy taking online surveys. I try my best to answer as honestly as possible. Multiple choice ratings with specifically designed questions that would still give a vague answer… not always true to what I want representing my feelings. How does one express themselves then?

After I completed my optional Disneyland survey, I decided that it wasn’t quite enough. I had more opinions to share about my previous experience last weekend. Since I was already at the computer, I figured I’d email them as well. We had some great experiences that I wanted some cast members to be recognized for.

But as I began writing my email, I realized that there was a few not so positive aspects that I felt needed to be addressed. I don’t usually complain or rant, but by the end of my email- that’s exactly what I had done. So I took a day to reflect and then re-read before hitting “Send”.

It was a bit satisfying to Let It Go. Who knows if my opinion matters. Maybe my email just ends up in a slush pile of typical complaining. Maybe not. Only time will tell.

But for now, we don’t really have a plan to return to Disneyland any time soon.

2 comments

  1. Kayo Chang Black · 7 Days Ago

    Oh no, what happened to you at Disneyland?!?!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Josef Havelka · 7 Days Ago

      Nothing terrible happened. Lots of the big rides were breaking down frequently. We also noticed the staff wasn’t as “Magical” as they once were. After 8 years of going to the parks, we had a certain level of expectations that weren’t met.

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