Even for people like myself who get along well enough at home, I have learned since my diagnosis of Psoriatic Arthritis (PA) one year ago that I can no longer walk the world without pain and exhaustion. This past February, my husband Eric and I went to WDW for 4 nights and 5 days without a set of wheels and boy, did I suffer through it! I was still in denial about my new diagnosis and trudged along as usual, each day becoming more tired in a shorter amount of time. On the third day, after we completed the Nature by Design Segway Tour

Lots of Walking at the WDW Resort

I'll be sure to let you all know about my adventure on wheels and if it lives up to my hopes. I'd love to hear the experiences of you wonderful readers. Have you used a wheelchair at the Disney parks? What were the advantages and disadvantages? Do you have tips to share?

Fishbulb was on the Disney Dream with my and will return next weekend with the final edition of his Aulani Hotel series. See you all again soon!

Laura is a Disney fan who lives in Illinois and has been visiting Disney Parks since 1990. She has been to Walt Disney World, Disneyland and the Disney Cruise Line numerous times since. Laura teaches a community education course entitled "Walt Disney World: Undiscovered" at her local college. When she's not busy planning her own Disney trips, Laura is planning trips for others as one of the Fairy Godmothers at Fairy Godmother Travel. Laura is a foodie, married to Eric with a college age son, Nic, and in her spare time works as a sign language interpreter. You can reach Laura or any of the other godmother travel agents at Fairy Godmother Travel.