I was googling this afternoon information for Walt Disney World, Give Kids the World (where we will stay), and Make a Wish at Disney. I am a planner. I like to have a game plan. And I tend to google too much. I am just trying to gather fun information (I am sure to pick up a travel book too, any tips would be great!). And trying to figure out how to fly with all of Brayden's gear.
After just a couple of google searches, I came upon a discussion group about Make A Wish at Disney. I clicked on it thinking I might find families that may have participated in it and I could find out information from the families. I was wrong. The discussion was started by a person who wrote in about handicap and Make a Wish people "abusing" lines for rides. They were frustrated that while they wait in line, these people get to go right up to a different gate and get right on. And wondering why it was okay of them to "cut in line".
Oh really?! I am naive to think that people would not have such responses to those circumstances. Trust me, outwardly, we get few benefits with this life. Going to the front of the line is the very least one can do for what Make a Wish families have to deal with on a daily basis. That is why Disney gives the Make A Wish (and handicap) families special passes.