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WDW Radio # 344 – Top Ten Things We’re Thankful for in Walt Disney World – December 1, 2013

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Hello and welcome to The WDW Radio Show – Your Walt Disney World Information Station. I am your host, Lou Mongello, and this is show #344 for the week of December 1, 2013.

I’m here to help you have the best possible Disney vacation experience, and bring you some Disney magic to wherever you are with this podcast, as well as my Disney in a Minute videos, blog, live broadcasts, events, trivia books, CDs and more. You can find it all at WDWRadio.com.

As we celebrate Thanksgiving in the United States, it made me think about the many things and people in Disney that I’m thankful for, and thus this week’s segment was born. We will take a look at our Top Ten Things We Are Thankful for in Walt Disney World, not just one day a year, but every day.

I’ll have the answer to our last Walt Disney World Trivia Question of the Week, and pose a new audio challenge for your chance to win a Disney prize package.

Stay tuned as I’ll have some updates and announcements and more of your voicemails at the end of the show. So sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s episode of the WDW Radio Show.

- Lou Mongello
http://LouMongello.com


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9 Responses to "Show # 344 – Top Ten Things We’re Thankful for in Walt Disney World – December 1, 2013"

  1. Stephen.S ( WDWGenius) says:

    Past and Future Memories that Walt Disney wanted us to create and cherish in his Parks

  2. Raena Dorsey says:

    I am so thankful for the inspiration to follow your dreams that Disney bestows upon us, and the opportunity that I have received to participate in the Disney College Program for the Spring 2014 semester!

  3. The first thing that comes to mind: Improved coffee. It’s nice to have Starbucks, but I also noticed that instant coffee was gone from my resort! I’m sure there is something better, but for now, it’s coffee.

  4. CriesDuringWishes says:

    I am thankful for Magic Bands and I haven’t even used one yet!

  5. Becky Manion says:

    I am thankful for my parents who first took us to Walt Disney World all those years ago, and have since had numerous visits over the years.

  6. Wow! All 3 of our kids aswered Mickey as their #1! Then the answers varied from Dole Whips to certain rides to all of the parks themselves! My son’s was the best; that we get to go to all of WDW! I’m so thankful that we have such an incredible place to go where my children can be innocent and imaginative and happy together as a family! I’m also thankful that we’ve been able to take our kids as much as we have!

  7. I am thankful for all the great memories with my parents, and now with my wife and kids. I am thankful for the same things mentioned in the show. I’m also thankful for the weird things that stir up old memories…like the “musty water” smell on Pirates or the “oil smell” on Big Thunder Mountain.

  8. Wayne Johnson says:

    I’m grateful that my country parents, though very uncomfortable with travel, took my sister and I to Walt Disney World in 1974. We rode in the back of a pickup with a topper and a mattress to lay on. Now I know they were as excited as we were. I’m also grateful that when I was young, animatronics were mind blowing. Now that my father is gone, and my mother is 77 we plan on taking the whole family again next year. Can’t wait.

  9. C. Booth (England) says:

    My Dad took me and my brother when I was 21 and he was 16, and again four years later, and I’m thankful because Disneyworld is the thing that me and my Dad share. We haven’t been for 4 years and it still is something we reminisce about every time we talk. So in short Disneyworld brought us closer together and I’m thankful for that.

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