My hubby and I went to DL Wednesday, to hopefully get some good holiday photos and to hopefully not have as big a crowd as there was, when we were there Sunday, for the Jane Seymour signing & her narration of the Candlelight Processional. Since I have to navigate the parks in a wheelchair, crowds make it harder for us to have a fun day in the park, like we used to do, so we always have to try to figure out when it's going to be less crowded.
Unfortunately, it was surprisingly hot (in the high 70's!) and nearly as crowded Wednesday as Sunday, so we went across to DCA, where it's always been less crowded in the past. It was packed with humans, so we didn't end up staying until the castle lighting and snow.
As we were walking to the Mission Tortilla Factory, I found an "Honorary Citizen of Disneyland" button on the ground, picked it up, looked around and saw no one looking for it. We went to the Info booth, to turn it in, so whoever lost it could get it back. Since there was no name on it, the CM said there was no way to return it to its rightful owner, so she said I should keep it, for being so honest to return it.
As we were leaving the booth, a guy with a Dream Team outfit came up, told me I should wear the pin with pride and asked me what we were celebrating. Since we weren't celebrating anything in particular, other than a day off of work for my hubby and the CM said that didn't count, we said, nothing. He asked if we had been to DCA before, we said many times. Then he asked if we were SURE we weren't celebrating anything?! Not wanting to lie, I said no, sorry, and he said, OK, have a nice day in the park, and was on his way.
It obviously made me curious, so I thought I'd come here to ask, does anyone know what "Dream" happens, if you stop at the DCA Info Booth, around 3 pm on a Wednesday? In all this time, we haven't won even one dream yet, not even a fastpass in the parks or ears from mailing in all those postcards, so it would've been nice to have gotten something. I sure hope it wasn't something big!