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Hello, my name is Lisa, and I am addicted to all things Disney……especially Disney World vacations!
My first trip ever to WDW was in October 2003 when friends of ours (who were DVC members) invited us along with them (our daughters have been best friends since birth – they are only 2 weeks apart!) ~ And the rest is history! My husband and I came home as DVC members! My first experience walking down Main Street was with my daughter (she was 4 at the time) and we have enjoyed many, many, many trips to WDW since. My family and I are huge fans of characters – we love character meals, characters in shows, and most of all meet and greets with characters!
While I am not at Disney, I am planning my next Disney trip ~ and to fund these trips to Disney, my full time job is a social worker for a local municipality. My husband is a career fire fighter and owns his own plowing business. We have one child, a daughter currently a high school student and dancer since the age of 3, very involved with community service as a member of the Community Dance Ensemble with her studio! Family is everything to me.
I am thrilled to be a part of the Passporter Community (family!) and very excited to co-guide the Sharing the Adventure: Disney World Trip Reports forum!
Lisa Co-Guide to Sharing the Adventure: Disney World Trip Reports
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