Well hello people!
I just got back from a very lovely and relaxing cruise through the Caribbean, with a bonus trip to Orlando to see some of my people to cap it off. It was fantastic and even though it might seem like I've already told everyone all about it on my Facebook while it was happening, I haven't. And I'm going to tell you more, starting right here.
So the cruise was a 7 night Eastern Caribbean cruise with Royal Caribbean.
On the Oasis, which isn't their biggest ship, but is insanely big. There were over 6 thousand people on this same cruise.
We docked in Nassau, St Thomas and St Martin. The weather was really weird so my dreams of being in the water didn't really work out, but I think you can tell by this picture that I was still a pretty salty, windswept, happy girl.
Our handicap accessible room felt ginormous compared to the regular interior room I had to compare it with, but it was the balcony that made it all like magic.
I mean look at that floor space. It felt luxurious.
This is what I saw when I opened my eyes in the morning.
And this was what happened when I stepped outside.
This is all not to mention the food and the unlimited Moscato package, or how gorgeous the ship was or how fantastic to not have to do ANYTHING for a week.
When we got off the ship we headed for Orlando. We had booked a few nights at our favorite Disney hotel. Danny's college roommate came down from DC so the two of them could have a fun time and catch up. I spent the week with some of my favorite people.
(There should be a picture with Brian and Adriane, but we never took one!)
And now I'm home. Tan and rested. The fact that the weather here in Kansas has been so beautiful definitely makes the transition easier, but tomorrow it's all going to be back to normal again. That's ok. Trips like this make it easier to deal with real life, so I'm ready.