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Dreams are coming true for an 11 year old girl from Argusville, North Dakota and it's all thanks to make a wish.

Addy Fell has dreamed of the day when she'd see the ocean, Disney, and her all time favorite, mermaids.

"This morning I woke up and thought it'd be to good to be true," says Fell.

That dream has turned into a reality.

"She was up at 2, 4, and 6. She called me she and was all pumped up," says Bruce Fell, Addy's dad.

Fell lives with limb girdle muscular dystrophy.

"You talk to her for five minutes and she's thinking about it," says Bruce.

But thanks to make a wish and the community her daily struggles will hopefully be pushed back for just a little bit.

"It's really cool when she can get her mind off it and just have fun. This will be a relief for her," says Bruce.

Addy is heading to Orlando, Florida in style.
She'll see Mickey, water, and most important

"Weeki Wachee and swim with the mermaids," says Fell.

"It fills you with a lot of joy," says Bruce.

Because on two feet or not,

"I'm almost always in a wheel chair," says Fell.

No matter what Addy has to deal with, nothing is getting in the way of the day that her dreams came true.

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