Mickey Mouse I’m done teaching i’m going to Disney shirt, sweat shirt, lady tee
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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Before you have a kid you think you know exactly what kind of parent you are, or are not, going to be. We were not going to be Disney people. In fact, we were against The Mouse. And I’m the opposite. Thought I would be a Disney mom and turns out I’m not! Lol it’s not terrible with one but when you have 4 you just can’t make everyone happy all in one day. It’s overwhelming! Hey y’all, I’m Meagan! I’m a freshman at Ole Miss, studying Journalism, and I’m from Central Florida. I love traveling with my family, teaching Sunday school, good food, & of course, going to Disney. I am so excited to make new friends and experience the Lord’s abundance with y’all this summer at Ch-Yo-Ca!!
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These kids worked their azzes off this summer for these tickets!!! I could not be anymore proud of their understanding of business, entrepreneurship, work ethic and soft skills!!! When we took the kids to Disney… I also couldn’t help but see all the parallels between coming to Disney for the first time as adults and starting a DoTERRA wellness biz. Everyone working here is so excited and happy and encouraging. It’s genuine – they’re happy because they are a part of something magical and they know that the work they do creates meaningful experiences for others.
This needs to say, “I’m done teaching, I’m going to Disney!” Then it’s the perfect last day shirt! Hello children, today I’m going to teach you about “free market” Capitalism and how it doesn’t work when the competitor is a Monopoly like Disney. Disney owns damn near every entertainment studio, from Marvel to Pixar to Fox, they are joining the streaming industry now and look at the subscription price, $6.99, that is literally half of what Netflix costs every month, it’s biggest competitor. What happens in a “free market” when a trillion dollar corporation can afford to half the price of its competitor? It’s competitors go bankrupt…Disney has been sabotaging its competition since Fleischer Studios and with the help of the US government it is what it is today…