If you’re visiting Walt Disney World this coming week, you may just spot a woman passing out Disney collectible pins and decals. Janelle Dzwilewsk is honoring her Mom, Marion Dzwilewski, in a special way.
As shared by the OrlandoSentinel: Marion Dzwilewski’s diagnoses with ALS in 2018 was dire since no cure exists for the progressive neurodegenerative disease that breaks down the body’s muscles. Disney World was a place of fantasy, complete with a castle and princesses. Marion’s problems disappeared there. So to her daughter, the theme park was the perfect place to honor her mom, who died in January.
Daughter, Janelle, devised a tribute. She amassed a collection of 75 Disney collectible trader pins and more than 400 Disney decals to pass out for free to strangers on their upcoming vacation that starts Monday.
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She attached messages with her mother’s nickname, Dee, and about ALS awareness so people could learn more about the disease, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, that about 5,000 people are diagnosed with every year.
“There’s no other way I could share of paying respect to my mom. This is the only thing I could really think of,” Janelle said. “It just seems like the right thing to do to spread awareness in her favorite place.”