Did my good deed for yesterday

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  1. Dawn

    Dawn New Member

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    Was talking to the mum of one of Steven's friends yesterday and they are off to Orlando in 8 weeks. Her eldest boy has special needs and learning difficulties and she had no idea about the GACs available.

    I filled her in and now she has a worry lifted about Shane and long lines. :thumbsup:
     
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    Ah, that's a good thing then!
     
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    Awesome, the lovely thing is nearly everyone I saw waiting in a line when someone used this said something nice; Infact when we were ina huuuge queue to meet the princess' during th epirate and princess party there was a wheelchair in the queue and about 20 of us were waving at a cast member to try and get them to jump ahead

    gives me hope really
     
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    well done Dawn, that'll make a big difference to their holiday.....:thumbsup:
     
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    Nice one, Dawn. We have come across many families who were not aware of GAC.
     
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    well done dawn

    as i was in a chair last visit, i couldnt believe how unselfish people were in the queues, what there was of them anyway. wonder if that would happen at DLP, from what ive heard about there, no i dont think so :(
     

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