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Patty Arche-Hueck

Sharing my trip

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I just came back from a wonderful trip to a wonderful place with my

parents, hubby and a wonderful daughter who made one of my dreams come true, and

lives making all my dreams real, love you baby :)emoticons-yes.gif

 

I will post pics as soon as I get them. It was my first trip to Disney World and it

was great. The only thing was that I get tired, (thankfully I had a wheelchair) and

that I could not ride every ride I wanted to, but beside that is a wonderful

place. We went to Epcot, the Magic kingdom, and Saturday night we ate at the

Polynesian Restaurant, all courtesy of my daughter. For three days I almost forgot

I am sick, she is so good. Bless her heart forever,

 

hugs,

 

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Patty, you give your daughter a big hug from me and tell her I think she's wonderful! What a really great thing to do. I hope all good things come her way because she certainly deserves them.

 

Sounds like you had a great time, too! I've never been there, but everyone I know who has says it really is the Magic Kingdom.

 

Warm hugs,


Jeannie McClelland

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What a wonderful daughter you have, Patty! :VeryHappy:

 

I've never been to Disney World either, although I would love to go.

 

Lucky you!! :emoticons-yes:


Jo Frowde

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Hello Patty

 

How lovely! I'm glad you had such a great time with your family. What I want to know is why, as children our stomachs can take any ride, but as soon as we become adults...forget it! I get sick on a regular swing!

 

Take care.


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I am so happy you had a wonderful time at Disney World, Patty. With what you posted prior to leaving, I knew that with your daughter in charge of everything, it would be a great time for all of you! :wub:

 

Because your daughter was so awesome to have done this for you...Please Hug her for me too?


Special Hugs,

 

Susie Kraft

ISN Support Specialist

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Thank you guys. I am giving Nanette all the hugs you send her. She is really good, and sweet. I felt like a Queen, and everybody in the family is really proud of her.

 

She is 22 years old, goes to UCF. In January she starts the master in psychology, and to help me, besides the scholarship, she has two jobs. Did I told you how proud I am?

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What a wonderful set of memories! Your daughter sounds very special. I lived in Florida when Disney world was built and went several times to it and Epcot but the last time I was there was 25 years ago and I know it has changed. I can't believe so much time has passed so quickly. Disney is the biggest dream of children, that's what most want to do but adults love it too.

 

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The place is amazing and the hospitality real. Guys, they treat everybody like the special person they are, but if you are somehow disabled, then they go completely out of their way to help you and make you feel awesome. (I am a kid at heart.) For so many years I worked in the hospitality business, so I really notice their ways.

 

Hugs,

 

Patty

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