There are no words to describe the magnitude of this loss. Janine was not just a friend, she was family. She was my Ohana. My second mother. My go to girl. I am so proud to call her family. I know her spirit will surround me for eternity and for that, I can rest easy knowing my hula girl is always with me. Let us not mourn her passing but celebrate her life as she wished. A Hui Hou!
That's right it's about how she lived and she LIVED like NO other!!! - Mrsblue
692.4 #143 4:47PM
It is one of my favorite pics of us. - michelledork
658.3 #157 5:40PM
Three years ago when I joined Mousewait the first person to wish me welcome was Dahulagirl. She always welcomed everyone with 🌺🌺🌺 after her hello. She quickly became one of my VERY best friends and AUNTIE to my children. I will always be grateful to Mousewait for bringing this amazing woman into my life and family. She introduced RAKs into the lounge so Everytime you give a RAK you spread More...
She will be truly missed and never forgotten..her smile and laugh were so infectious and she was somebody that you just wanted to be around as much as you could. Her positive vibrations just bounced off her to everyone who was around her and her caring and kindness was beyond anyone that I had met before. I don't think you guys really know how much she really did for MouseWait and helped shape this community..I will miss her so much but I am so happy and blessed that I got to know her and call her my friend..She touched so many of our lives in such a positive way that she will never be forgotten and I will forever cherish the memories I had with her and many of you all....my thoughts are with her loving Husband E818, her Brother Shangz and the rest of the Dahulament clan that loves her so much... - Dave
8630.6 #2 12:34PM
She loved you too. Lol. You always made her laugh. - Mrsblue 692.4 #143 12:45PM
Still, hours after receiving the very sad news of her passing, I am at a loss for the right words... She was a treasure to our family. She blessed us in HUGE ways with her beautiful friendship. The impact she had on this community of friends was nothing short of amazing. The world needs more of the love, kindness, generosity, joyfulness, positivity... that this gem of a woman daily lived out. Our family is covering her family in prayers for comfort and peace during what we know to be a very sad and difficult time. That one of a kind light up your entire day smile she so generously showered so many of us with is going to be so incredibly missed. Love you, friend... Thanks for being that, a VERY special friend, to our family AND to the MouseWait family. - MrsPrinceCharming
I'm a huge Yoda collector and love the little "Yoda in the Park" figurine - the one where he's looking up at the 40 inch sign, holding the ice cream bar. Anyone know if its still sold at Star Trader? All gone last time I was there :( **Thanks Bambi!! - for some reason, I can't leave a comment on this post**
Yep they still have it - Bambi.
595.0 #183 10:36PM
Ok, silly post, I know. I need your help folks. My husband who just finally joined MW (name is The Mod Hatter), says he thinks corn dogs are "gross". He's never tried a Disneyland corndog. In fact, he's never had one since he was a little kid - must have had a bad experience as a child. Please post why he should try one!! Thank you :)
I am curious to see the responses here simply because I've never had a corn dog @ Disneyland and have heard they are superior to any other corn dog available... - Duchess73
293.7 #649 6:33PM
Sorry but.....They r gross. Just give me a regular hot dog. Ps..the wife loves the ones at dland. - Motorboatrider
37.8 #4055 6:40PM
I think he should try one. If he is not too keen on hot dogs he could try the hot links as a corn dog instead. They are very tasty. I used to HATE fish as a kid. Now I love it. Things can change. - sweetkat
285.6 #694 7:41PM
@sweetkat - that's just it, he LOVES hot dogs...buys them everywhere. I asked him "well, why wouldn't you like a corn dog?" ....he said "hmmm, I don't know" haha - Alicewhoareyou
535.7 #209 7:44PM