caribbean bound

Ahhhhh. I can nearly hear the waves now. The Caribbean is literally calling my name. Blair, we've missed you---please come take a break from your crazy hectic life and relax with me!

Our cruise was originally going to Grand Cayman and Cozumel, but with the oh-so-deadly-but-not-at-all-like-the-plain-old-regular-flu H1N1, we've had a change in our itinerary. (I will probably catch H1N1 just for mocking it. Dang it.)

The girls and I are driving to Tampa. We're leaving on Sunday to drive half-way. Most of my friends and family have wondered why we aren't flying. To this I say: do you not know that I'm cheap and now afraid to fly? What I love about driving to Tampa (10 hours) is that we'll have plenty of "catch-up-what's-been-going-on-in-your-life-oh-my-favorite-song-is-on-let's-sing-at-the-top-of-our-lungs-can-we-take-a-diet-coke-break-can-I-borrow-those-shoes-later" time on our roadtrip. Its going to be the most fabulous roadtrip ever.

We get to board early on Monday because Taylor and I have cruised before. So Monday morning, around 11am, when you are waiting on your lunch break, we'll be scoping out the Lido deck. Ahhhhhhhh, to have one week of away-ness. Its enough to make me want to move to the caribbean with my friend Laura and open a bar (its her original plan, I'm just going to tag along.)

Bon voyage ya land-lubbers.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

all i really want to say is...."And then he ran to me put me in his arms held my head to his chest and said my son's come home again!"
-fake fun old daughter

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