Emily Gregg has been a huge Disney fan since her very first trip with her family when she was six years old. Even now, Emily loves that every time she enters the Magic Kingdom, she feels like a kid again.
Emily is a speech-language pathologist who lives outside Nashville, Tenn., with her husband, their two children, and the family dog, Copper (named after Disney’s The Fox and the Hound – one of her favorite Disney animated classics).
Emily believes that Disney vacations and experiences only get better with age. “I’m always puzzled why some people think a Disney vacation is only for kids,” says Emily. “For me, Disney World is a place I can go and completely unplug. It’s like the cares and worries of the outside world just melt away. Driving under the Walt Disney World sign feels like coming home to me!”
For Emily and her family, the name of the game for every Disney vacation is “try something new.” Of course, they have their list of do-not-miss attractions at Walt Disney World (currently Rock n’ Roller Coaster and Peter Pan), but, last year, they expanded their horizons and traveled to Aulani, Disney’s newest resort in Ko ‘Olina, Hawaii. “Talk about heaven on earth! It was one of the best vacations we have ever taken together as a family!”
Emily is constantly asked by friends and family to give them suggestions for their Disney vacations. She loves that a Disney World vacation can be so different from one family to the next and she enjoys working with her clients to make their vacations special for each member of the family.
Contact Emily today at 615-525-3076 or email@example.com.