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rhya2k 7.6 #14629 

Central coast of Cali! 4H'er, Girl Scout mom of 2
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 7.6 #14629 (DL Qual #5925

March 14, 2014 12:20 PM  The Hub
We saw her they brought her in, and told us not to tell others in line! 

Awh I'm sorry. Sometimes they rotate out or there is only one for the day. I think on weekends your chances might be slightly better for seeing them both at the same time. Hope you have a magical day in parks  - missmimi90  2062.2 #92 10:28AM
That's my fear when I go too, except my mini loves Elsa a bit more. I have warned her when we do all go (maybe in April or early May).....she might only see one of them.  - warchanted  174.9 #2464 10:42AM
We saw her they brought her in, and told us not to tell others in line!  - rhya2k  7.6 #14629 12:20PM
Oooooh that scares me!!! My daughter is obsessed and she'd be devastated if they weren't both their, especially if no Elsa. We are going Monday  - 619HeatherMouse  286.3 #1116 10:32PM

 7.6 #14629 (DL Qual #5925

March 10, 2013 11:29 PM  The Hub
So Halloween stuff will be gone by Veterans Day?

Mid September I believe, until the first few days of November. - DisneyFanZoe  1249.3 #161 9:48PM
At my house, the week end after thanksgiving. - JungleBum  1044.2 #213 9:48PM
Is that when it goes up or when it comes down?πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - Cinderella_Schnooks  3490.7 #50 9:51PM
Are you thinking about Christmas?!?! If Halloween then you like to celebrate it a couple of times a year, huh? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - LilSterner  5828.4 #25 9:53PM
Mid September to October 31. - BaseballMickey  8855.6 #14 9:51PM
So Halloween stuff will be gone by Veterans Day? - rhya2k  7.6 #14629 11:29PM
Yes. Usually Veteran's Day weekend is the official start of the Christmas Holiday season. - LilSterner  5828.4 #25 11:51PM
Yep. Last year some of the Xmas stuff was up before halloween had even happened! - MissMolly  1401.3 #146 11:57PM
Yep. I was there Oct 22-24th or so, and there was snow on the castle. πŸŽƒπŸŽ„ - DisneyFanZoe  1249.3 #161 12:29AM

 7.6 #14629 (DL Qual #5925

December 30, 2012 7:33 PM  The Hub
Doing the 5K

I'm running the half!!! Ahhhh so nervous!!! - CourtyAstroBlisters  809.4 #275 7:36PM
I'm so nervous too! I wanted to try to run 13 today to see how my time is and I was so nervous last night I couldn't sleep! And that was just for practice! - drmwshhrt  21.8 #7620 7:49PM
Don't be nervous! You just gotta get out there and do it! Don't think, just run! ☺ - AshleyLynn22  791.2 #280 7:55PM
Honestly, you'll be so entertained while running that you'll forget all about the pre-race jitters. It's seriously so much fun! 😊 - PirateQueenBriezy  347.9 #769 8:15PM
You'll do great CAB - LaPearleNoir  3063.5 #54 10:01AM
I'll be running the half! Woo! πŸƒβœ¨βœ¨ - AshleyLynn22  791.2 #280 7:39PM
Yay! - LaPearleNoir  3063.5 #54 10:01AM
I'm running. Maybe the only guy running but I will be there! - streetsweeper  529.7 #443 10:16AM
My sisters boyfriend is running so we know there are at least two of you guys!!!!! - drmwshhrt  21.8 #7620 12:18PM
Im running !! - diznymommy84  215.9 #1921 7:03PM

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 7.6 #14629 (DL Qual #5925

December 30, 2012 7:26 PM  The Hub
Where is it at?

Looks so good I'd skip my momma and slap my grandma! πŸ‘΅πŸ‘‹πŸ˜¦πŸ™ˆ - AshleyLynn22  791.2 #280 1:40PM
lol - Stitch_Legacy  5143.2 #30 7:12PM
πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ‘΅πŸ‘‹ - DisneyDavidEMT  2835.9 #59 7:15PM
Double mash no veggies would make you want to slap yo mama twice! - PrincessLaShell  15.5 #9208 7:38PM
That's how I order it. I felt bad because the last time we went I didn't tell my mom about how you could do this and she looked at my plate and asked about. I thought she liked the green beans. - Cinderella_Schnooks  3490.7 #50 7:42PM
Mrs schnooks surprised yo mama didnt slap you twice for not giving her the secret details of the double mash... lol ... u should of said it was payback for all those years that she made you eat your veggies! Buhahah - PrincessLaShell  15.5 #9208 7:46PM
HAHAHA!!!! This was pre slap yo Mama post so I may have been safe. - Cinderella_Schnooks  3490.7 #50 7:52PM
Yumm ! - jmza4  324.9 #31532 8:02PM
Yummy deliciousness! - WannaBeAtDisneyland  294.0 #1060 12:34AM

 7.6 #14629 (DL Qual #5925

December 25, 2012 5:53 PM  The Hub
Anything else I should know?

Madness! - MagicalRN  116.4 #3460 11:25AM
Elbow to elbow! - Cinderella_Schnooks  3490.7 #50 11:35AM
🎢One Step Beyond!🎢 - ScooterMike  1963.0 #96 11:36AM
I love Madness! - ShariRenee  14185.3 #6 11:49AM
I go every year. It's packed and a whole lot of fun! - KissDclown  1089.2 #201 11:40AM
There's a countdown! - LaTruce  2367.2 #78 11:47AM
Anything else I should know? - rhya2k  7.6 #14629 5:53PM

 7.6 #14629 (DL Qual #5925

January 29, 2012 4:47 PM  The Hub
I heard if u go to guest sercvices or whatever its called you gey a pass...its for people with disabilities n the sort...so you can go tohead of line....and ADD/ Adhd would quazlify....

Princess, I'm sad to inform you that a lot of folks had some levels of ADD as kids, and even todays children as well. The problem is they aren't being diagnosed correctly. I grew up with ADHD and still suffer some side affects of it. They had me hopped up on so much Ritalin as a child, that when they finally took me off of it at 14 years old, I had to miss nearly 2 weeks of school due to withdrawal. But medications have vastly advanced since the 80's and early 90's. But when my parents took me to DL, the key was to keep me occupied while in line for a ride. Magazines/books, some toys, a handheld game. Guest assistance should really be saved for people who can’t traverse stairs, folks in wheelchairs, real β€œdebilitating” disabilities. And people who goto Disneyland should go knowing that it’s a place that children love to be, and children will be children. They throw tantrums, they get side tracked, they love to play with the chains in the lines, they are bound to climb on things. ADD and ADHD sucks and can amplify these actions, but it’s no reason to let them think that they can’t function with regular society by getting a pass that let’s them get on rides faster. - TheBudd  357.3 #736 4:26PM
And I would also like to point out the one of the reasons I goto DL and love it is to see the reactions of the children there. It takes me back. If a child is overly excited, it just reminds me of how I was, and how blessed I was to have parents who were willing to deal with it. My own son is not even three yet, and is showing severe signs of ADHD. It's a rough road, can be bumpy in teenage years, but I wish you the best. - TheBudd  357.3 #736 4:32PM
Disneyland doesn't have the same stance as you that GAC's should be saved only for those with physical disabilities. They also issue them to people who suffer anxiety, claustrophobia, etc. - Mimmy  1442.4 #137 4:33PM
@Sidney, true, most the meds for ADD cause increased metabolism, lol. I ate SOOOO much and was rail thin. But the Ritalin stunted my growth. At 14, I was 5'10. That's when my parents decided it was time to stop the Ritalin. By 15, I was 6'1. It was a painful year. My body was catching up with all the growing it should have been doing all along because I come from a tall family. - TheBudd  357.3 #736 4:35PM
@Mimmy, yes, those are "debilitating" disabilities. But if people just don't use some moral reasoning, pretty soon there's going to be no reason for the GAC because those poor people with the real problems are going to stuck in a line with people who are just impatient. - TheBudd  357.3 #736 4:37PM
I'd hardly say her requesting a GAC is immoral. If Disneyland doesn't feel she has a valid reason, they wouldn't issue her one. If people lie and obtain them when they don't really need them, that's a different situation entirely. Based on our knowledge of what Disney issues them for, she does qualify. - Mimmy  1442.4 #137 4:41PM
Well the morality thing was thrown loosely. I try to mousewait fast so my wife doesn't start yelling at me, lol. I just really don't like that ADD or ADHD is getting thrown in like it's a debilitating disorder. It's not. In fact, we retain ALOT. We are extremely creative, opinionated, and self-reliant. Most of us just don't like to be told what to do. We are leaders. And our parents need to realize that. "Sorry Mom, I was just born this way, love me or hate me, but I am the way I am." It's no reason to basically lump us with people with real disorders that can cause them to lash out or have a panic attack in public. - TheBudd  357.3 #736 4:54PM
Sidney, if you know enough about the subject, you'd know that ADD is nothing compared to ADHD. The real problem is people who pamper people with these disorders. They are learning disorders, and do not physical debilitate us. We are able to function just fine with normal society as long as someone takes the step forward to teach us. It's not impossible, it's just taxing. - TheBudd  357.3 #736 5:03PM
It's still stress, and it can be debilitating to the body. - theDebsterM  138.2 #3064 5:17PM
This is a real taboo subject on here. It's up to you as a parent to figure out how severe the need for the pass is.y daughter has Autism and our trips to the parks used to be miserable. She would panic in the confined line space and most of the time she and I would sit out the ride. Plumie told us about the GAC and its amazing our trips to the parks have done a 360. We still have to wait in line, but we are in a more open area and she tolerates it much better. Thus allowing all of us to enjoy the attractions as a family. And if other people have a problem with it that's too darn bad. Live one day in the life of a parent with a special needs child. I bet your view of the GAC pass changes. - Mrsblue  693.1 #336 2:01AM
That took to long! - DisneyTim  47.3 #5232 5:17AM
I skimmed the posts above.. all you can do is ask at city hall and they will ask you questions about the severity of his problem and make a decision. If no, then take him to tom sawyer's island to wear him out a little, then go on the short time rides like snow white, tea cups, etc. Try to go on low crowd days or nights. A littleplanning really helps. I have an autistic who can be a handful. You can also come along with us but many times the wait is still 20- 30 minutes sometimes. - Plumiegirl  10817.5 #11 5:32PM
I was thinking the same thing... and here we are. I hope everyone has an absolutely amazing and magical day! - melissa_ficent  322.8 #884 6:59AM
I am allowed to give extra time for homework and for exams. I had a student last year who enrolled in our school and, somehow, her designation as a resource student was lost along the way. I requested that the SPEd department test her and found that she needed resource help. Those things can happen. - sr_citizen_space_ranger  82.3 #4120 4:56PM

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