Thank you for being so nice
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I too have experienced harshness on other boards. I was terrified to even attempt to come to another board and try it out after the bad experience that I had. But I did and I am so happy that I did Amazing people here.
Even the other parts ie: sunroom, etc are wonderful too and topics come up that normally would have people bashing them on other sites (example: flu shot question) but no one does that here. I am so thrilled I found this site!!!!
Oh, thanks for the info about the abreviations. I often get mixed up when it comes to the different places to stay.
This is the only Disney board I ever frequent. I tried some other sites and couldn't believe how nasty everyone was
I couldn't agree more. And as a side note, having a section dedicated to traveling with special needs has been a Godsend. It wasn't until after our first family trip that I discovered PP and learned about a GAC. I literally rode ONE ride on our first trip since DS (autistic) couldn't wait in lines then. I feel like we are all one big family, maybe sometimes a dysfunctional family, but never the less a family. Thanks to all