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  • Holiday memories of Disneyland

    feel free to share.
    "Happiness is a Low Water Level"

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    "Creating magical memories and making Managers cry since 1955!"


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    Re: Holiday memories of Disneyland

    No, you should go first, techskip!

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      Re: Holiday memories of Disneyland

      Bah Humbug... your turn
      "Happiness is a Low Water Level"

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      "Creating magical memories and making Managers cry since 1955!"

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        Re: Holiday memories of Disneyland

        My mother died early in December eight years ago. I went to the Park the next week to see it in all its Christmas glory. I didn't go on any rides but I remembered all the wonderful times I had spent with her at Disneyland and all of the lovely times we had had at Christmas.
        Of course, I cried at the fireworks, still do.
        The next day I felt the my mom and Disneyland had helped me to get in the mood to help create a holiday for the rest of my family.

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          Re: Holiday memories of Disneyland

          Originally posted by techskip View Post
          Bah Humbug... your turn
          Stop Scrooging around

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            Re: Holiday memories of Disneyland

            That was very sweet Lynn.

            I have a lot of great memories of the Holidays. My wife LOVES the holiday lights. Before I left last year I took the wife and kids to the park for one last trip. Seeing the looks on the faces of the little ones... for me that made it. They were a little scared of HMH but they LOVED IASW, and by sheer chance a few friends saved us a perfect Christmas parade spot as well.
            "Happiness is a Low Water Level"

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            "Creating magical memories and making Managers cry since 1955!"

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              Re: Holiday memories of Disneyland

              Originally posted by techskip View Post
              That was very sweet Lynn.

              I have a lot of great memories of the Holidays. My wife LOVES the holiday lights. Before I left last year I took the wife and kids to the park for one last trip. Seeing the looks on the faces of the little ones... for me that made it. They were a little scared of HMH but they LOVED IASW, and by sheer chance a few friends saved us a perfect Christmas parade spot as well.
              And when your little ones are big and visit Disneyland in 2055, they will remember those times at the Park with you.

              Happy Christmas!

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