Leavin’ On A Jet Plane…

Well our bags are packed, we’re ready to go… (shout out to the Peter, Paul & Mary fans out there in blogland)

We had our last breakfast in the dining room. Believe it when I say they had the BeST French toast we ever had here in the ship! Not only was it 2″ thick but it was dusted with cinnamon and sugar, too. The ten pounds I lost before leaving have officially found me again.

It took us 20 minutes to say goodbye and then we did it all over again in the lobby. Lots of watery eyes and warm hugs to end to a wonderful vacation. Thanks for tuning in with us! Linda

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4 Responses to Leavin’ On A Jet Plane…

  1. Susan Bally says:

    Thanks for sharing all your fun memories. I’m sure it was a great time.

  2. bachristian says:

    That’s a great pic down the hall! Thanks for sharing what you could as you went.

  3. Cheryl says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this amazing trip with all of us!!! – I have to ask…how did you do with the sea sickness??? I have been afraid to cruise all my life because of it, would love to know how you did!
    Thank you! and WELCOME HOME!

  4. lindastamps says:

    Hi Cheryl! Sad to be home BUT happy to have available internet again! About the sea sickness, this is the first time I did well! That Bonine really works. The first day it worked too well – I was knocked out, sleepy and dopey. Then a demo friend, Susan, told me to take only 1/2 of it. I took a 1/4 and it was great! I didn’t get sick on the boat at all. I did get a little sick in van where the roads were rough. It works!

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