Ok, so we are not in Fiji anymore….the cooking of food (or rather picking up of fast food), the piles of laundry, the doing of dishes, the making of beds make us wake up to reality. Both Eric and Toby, and the girls were happy we were home though. Plus the flowers as Eric was a little slack on the watering…oops. He was too busy painting his room and pulling out the carpet. We knew he was going to, but didn't know what color.
I came home with a bit of a cold which still today has my left ear plugged up from the plane, I hope it goes away soon. I'm already deaf enough as it is.
I will share some of my pictures…I think these were from Day One of our Fiji adventure…it actually kinda turns into Day Three, cause Day Two was on the plane.
Finally on the plane, (Day Two) and we got breakfast at I don't know what time. I took a motion pill and tried to sleep pretty fast, especially after I watched Breaking Dawn 2 on my own little TV in front of me. Time flies while you are sleeping…or at least until the man behind your bangs and bangs on your seat cause he has to potty!!!
This was the view from our room, we were on the bottom floor. It was really close to the pool and the main lobby and breakfast place, nice for me who gets lost easily…I say this cause I park at the same place at the grocery store so I can remember where my car is.
We went and ate breakfast and then we took a nap. My friend Robin Merriman (hey honey) told us to make sure to take one or by 7:30 we would be out like a light and that is when the welcome party started. Good advice, that nap felt so good. It is amazing what sleeping laying down does to a person.
Lorri and I at The Salt, it was an amazing restaurant and the food was delicious. Best fish and chips I have ever eaten. It took us a while to get use to the Fiji dollars…wowza. We were smart and stayed three extra days at the end of our trip, the Demonstrators that went in three days early had more rain.
The men (or first guest) even got a present. I love how Stampin' Up! acknowledges the hubby's for all they do to support us. Can't tell you the many dinners and loads of laundry Jeff does cause I am busy cutting paper, in a class or whatever. I wish that was the case with all Demonstrators.
Oh and look who was in our bathroom…or toilet as they say in Fiji.
Well that was it for Day One, Two and Three…we hit the bed and slept all night.
Will be back tomorrow with more Fiji pictures.
Have an awesome (what day is it?) Thursday and thanks for stopping in.