Whirlwind, wind-tunnel of a trip!

Friday, January 08, 2010

Hey Loved Ones!

It seems that I forgot to tell ANYONE that my Husband and I were going on a trip. Sorry!

Turns out that cruises are super cheap these days so we decided to take full advantage of the situation. We just went on a whirlwind trip to the Western Carribean for 5 days. Whirlwind meaning last minute and the fact that it was SO WINDY! I almost was blown off the dang boat while running around the track on the top deck. Ha! I would have loved for it to have rained a little less and been sunny, but gosh, we sure did have a lovely time. We slept a lot, took lots of naps, ate like horses, exercised a whole ton, danced like whirling dervishes, drank a little too much and met some wonderfully interesting people.

I am proud to announce that I almost got my fill of amazing seafood...if that is even possible. With the grumble of my Husband in tow, I took the stairs almost exclusively in this 14-story boat. Boy was that fun in heels! While the rain poured outside most of the trip, we both hit the gym and I made good use of the sauna/steam room.

I wish that you all could have come with us! I also hope that you can find time in the near future to treat yourself have as much fun as we did.

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    Sounds like a great time! Glad you enjoyed it and had some exercise, too! Vacations are terrific...
    2879 days ago
    I'm glad that you are back, safely! I have heard that the carribean has been experiencing some shakes... yikes!

    I would love to go on a cruise, however I'm terrified it will sink and my fat bottom will be eaten by sharks... lol After they eat me, they won't have to eat for months!!!! hahaha

    Glad you and hubby got away, had a good time regardless of the weather.

    Love ya

    2881 days ago
    I'm just glad you had a wonderful time! We all need those getaways!
    2881 days ago
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