I am bawling right now!
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That was pretty neat. However, I think there must have been a portion of the blog missing, where it tells who Ben and his family are and what the goal was all about. It's like we came into it in the middle. Did I miss a prior blog?
Below there are several blogs written by Ben's father. Ben has autism and Snow White is his favorite ride. He ended up riding it 3,500 times in 10 years. The cast members let him ride it an extra 7 times after the park closed so he could reach his goal. He wanted to be the last one to ride the ride and guests gave up their spot in line so that he could do it. The also had "snow white" talk to him for 15-20 minutes. Ben's father said she had done some research and knew things about him. Very magical.
My daughter wore a Snow White dress for 18 months, every single day (I had to sneak it off her at night and hand wash it every few days!) she would watch Snow White over and over and over again -when we went to DL when she was 9 and she ment her "in person" it was magic -she is ASD as well. Magic.
A wonderful story. I did go back and read about Ben some inthe previous posts and it definitely was amazing what his parents have done for him let alone the wodnerful touches Disney did for him as well.