Well, we leave in 13 days to go to my BFF Tracy’s house and then 3 days later we leave for Bermuda on the Stampin’ Up! Cruise. Our travel documents got here today, in a cute little canvas striped Stampin’ Up! wallet thingie. We get a different one every year, so it is neat to look back at them, and you know exactly which wallet holds what.
I can hardly wait to just kinda kick back and relax. I have been cutting paper and stuffing envelopes for the last few days for my 10/10/20 class. Can you say 440 cards? That’s a lotta
meatballs cardstock! I also have to cut my DIVA cards for my downline meeting on Saturday, as well as the make n take for the meeting.
Our first cruise was about 7 or 8 years ago when we earned the Alaska cruise, and it was so beautiful that we hope to get back there.
One of the things that are so beautiful on the ship, other then the food…are the fresh flowers.
Look at this orchid, I think that is what it is. These were sitting at each table on the Lido deck where you can go to eat pretty much 24 hours a day. Last year we went to the Panama Canal and the cruise was 8 days long, and those flowers were still beautiful even on the last day.
This one, not sure what it is, was in the restroom. I was having fun playing with my new camera last year, and the pictures were turning out so beautiful.
Now, don’t ask why I had the camera in the restroom, I just take it with me most places. Ya just never know when there might be a photographic moment.
T.G.I.F. everyone! Thanks for stopping in!
Enjoy the cruise. Hopefully you will post some pictures and let us know the highlights when you get back.
Elizabeth (who still has 7ft of snow at the end of her driveway – but its melting!)
Hey Di, that pink and white flower is my favorite, and it is an orchid too. Have so much fun on your cruise!
I've just started reading your blog and you're now on my google reader. Lotsa great ideas here!
Have an awesome time on cruise – maybe someday I will earn one too… And those flowers (I used to be a floral designer in a previous era of my life) are orchids, just different varieties. Orchids, by the way, are in the vanilla family – just in case you think that useless trivia is fun…
Tracy Altemose says
Oh My Gosh!! We Plan and we plan and we wait and we wait!! And the antisapation is so Great!!!!! I can't believe you'll be HERE in only 13 days (well 12 now)! We will be so so so ready for you!!Getting the 21st Centry Dust off all the Antiques!
I can't Friggin Wait!!!
BIG Blog HUG for ya My Dear!!!