"I love her so much.I can't Imagine the view and what it feels like to soar to the magic castle above the fireworks. I would be much too scared though because I hate heights. Ha ha."
"I did see Tink go across the wire, I was about 9."
"I absolutely idolized her as a kid. We went weekly and it was my favorite part of my visit."
"I used to cry every time she popped out of the matterhorn I was so in awe of her!"
"I remember meeting her one night at a famous Hollywood restaurant where we talked for hours about her wonderful career at Disneyland. Very nice woman indeed."
"I knew Gina. I met her a few times while I was at work at Disneyland. We were doing some tree trimming at the Matterhorn. I was saying how I hated heights and she overheard what I said and waited until I climbed off the mountain and she came and intruduced herself. She was really nice. I don't know how she didn't get terrified of heights."
"Love this story and I did see her fly in 2005. Thought it was awesome. You see Tinkerbell is my favorite Disney character "
"I watched her growing up as a child and used to dream about someday being Tink ❤ Whenever someone would ask what I wanted to do when I grew up, I said I was going to be Tinker Bell and fly down during the fireworks. In high school I grew too tall for the height requirements and after three kids am far too chubby anyways (my new dream is to be the Fairy Godmother when I'm older ha!), but she's always inspired me and has been my favorite part of the show ever since I was 2 years old. Now I see the magic in my daughter's eyes (who is also 2) when we go to Disney and she sees Tink fly down. Please tell her thank you for me. She was a big part of my childhood going to Disneyland every weekend❤"
"I worked at the park then too... we'd hurry over to see her,after the landing tower near big thunder was built....to see her being "caught"between 2 mattresses to stop her as she flew in....we dubbed it "tinker toast"...😉"
"When I was in Electrical Parade, my best friend Ronnie and I would change as fast as possible after first parade, so we could race across the park to get perfect viewing spots to watch her fly, or often, to watch her land!!!
She was amazing and beyond graceful. She brought true magic to the role. We both loved her from afar, and she made our teenage nights as young parade dancers so full of joy!
omewhere somewhere in the depths of my mom’s house is a vhs video my mom shot of Tink and fireworks from the skyway!!!! God, I wonder where it is? And if it even plays anymore? That might be a project for when I visit at Christmas..... "
Michele received 3 autographs from Tink and had this to say...
I really thought you might enjoy seeing my little girl when she was my Tinker Bell. She was 4, back in 2003. We picked up the costumes when we went to Disneyland in August that year. My son was Captain Hook.
I just love her face when shes opening the lollypop. Her name is Lauren, She'll be 19 in September. And my angel Christopher, forever 16.
I hope Gina enjoys seeing her. Lauren was the absolute perfect mini Tink.
Thank you again,