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Disneyland Family Quotes & Sayings

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Disneyland Family Quotes By Diana Gabaldon

Jemmy won't get to go to Disneyland - but he'll have that. A family that laughs - and millions of little lights in the trees. — Diana Gabaldon

Disneyland Family Quotes By Ross Macdonald

We treat the crime capital of the United States as if it was a second Disneyland, smelling like roses, a great place to take the family or hold a convention. — Ross Macdonald

Disneyland Family Quotes By Maureen Reagan

We're an ideal political family, as accessible as Disneyland. — Maureen Reagan

Disneyland Family Quotes By Walt Disney

Disneyland will always be building and growing and adding new things ... new ways of having fun, of learning things, and sharing the many exciting adventures which may be experienced here in the company of family and friends. — Walt Disney

Disneyland Family Quotes By Jenny Lawson

When I was young, my family didn't go on outings to the circus or trips to Disneyland. We couldn't afford them. Instead, we stayed in our small rural West Texas town, and my parents took us to cemeteries. — Jenny Lawson

Disneyland Family Quotes By Brian Jay Jones

The young Lucas may have been ambivalent about movies, but there was one entertainment, in fact one place, he was very passionate about. "I loved Disneyland," Lucas said - and so, it seemed, did George Lucas Sr., who flew the entire family to southern California to be there for the park's opening day in July 1955.81 — Brian Jay Jones

Disneyland Family Quotes By Abigail Disney

My family achieved success not in spite of, but because of the American system of taxation. After all, without reliable and safe roads there'd have been no Disneyland; without high functioning legal systems and a well regulated business environment there would have been no copyright protection for Mickey Mouse. — Abigail Disney

Disneyland Family Quotes By Miley Cyrus

I always love coming to Disneyland but celebrating my birthday here with my family, friends and the kids from YSA is really awesome!, this is a night I'll never forget. — Miley Cyrus

Disneyland Family Quotes By Thomas Pynchon

It's what they've got planned for this whole town, a big Disneyland imitation of itself. Wholesome family fun, kiddies in the casinos, Go Fish with a table limit of ten cents, Pat Boone for a headliner, nonunion actors playing funny mafiosi, driving funny old-fashioned cars, making believe rub each other out, blam, blam, ha, ha, ha. LasfuckinVegasland. — Thomas Pynchon

Disneyland Family Quotes By Kim John Payne

In the tapestry of childhood, what stands out is not the splashy, blow-out trips to Disneyland but the common threads that run throughout and repeat: the family dinners, nature walks, reading together at bedtime, Saturday morning pancakes. — Kim John Payne

Disneyland Family Quotes By Michael Zadoorian

The sad truth is, John and I and the kids only took Route 66 once on our trips to Disneyland. Our family, like the rest of America, succumbed to the lure of faster highways, more direct routes, higher speed limits. We forgot about taking the slow way. It makes you wonder if something inside us knows that our lives are going to pass faster than we could ever realize. So we run around like chickens about to lose our heads. Which makes our little two- or three-week vacations with our families more important than ever...
As for the time that elapsed between those vacations, that's another thing altogether. It seems to have all passed breathlessly, like some extended whisper of days, months, years, decades. (pp.39-40) — Michael Zadoorian

Disneyland Family Quotes By Leslie Le Mon

Disneyland was one perfect answer. It provided, an almost sacred space where it is permissible and safe to let one's guard down, take a risk, rediscover imagination, have fun, express emotion, play and deepen family ties. This is powerful stuff even today, in our nation of workaholics and two-working-parent households, and it was certainly powerful in the anxious 1950's. — Leslie Le Mon