My love for Disney began at a later age than most people. I went to Walt Disney World for the first time when I was 28 years old. My daughter was less than a year old. I wanted to experience Disney with my Mom before her dementia worsened. The decision to go in 2006 changed my life forever!
In 2009 I returned to Walt Disney World with my husband, mother, and daughter. I could not wait to show him the parks and have him see for himself what I was so excited about once I arrived home from my first trip. Later in 2009 I went on my first Disney cruise to celebrate my in-law’s 40th wedding anniversary. I was hesitant to go since I get motion sickness. Again, this is a decision I will never regret! I couldn’t believe Disney magic was at-sea as well as on land! I was hooked!
From there, we have visited the parks many times, mostly during holiday seasons since I was a teacher and that was the most convenient time to travel for us. We have also embarked on 8 magical Disney cruises and one non-Disney cruise and have a New Year’s Eve cruise planned for this December.
Professionally, I have worked in EMS as a Paramedic for 12 years, taught elementary school for 5 years, and simultaneously worked for the YMCA as a lifeguard, lifeguard instructor, and swim instructor (for 17 years). My classroom was set up as a Mickey Mouse room and we were known as Mrs. Inch’s Imagineers. I have decided to return to the world of Emergency Medical Services. My family enjoys traveling and spending time together playing games or going on walks in our free time.
I hope to help families plan their vacations and make memories that will last a lifetime!