My husband and I are back from our wonderful cruise and seeing our son, Dan. (That’s my son in the picture, not my husband) It was so good to see him, he looks great and happy. Isn’t that what moms want to know. After being so busy right up to our departure date, it took me about 2 or 3 days to finally get really relaxed. The cruise stopped in Cozumel, Mexico; Belize; Isle of Roatan and Grand Cayman Island.
I have to share one special day we had with you. It was my birthday on Thursday of the cruise and we were on the Island of Roatan which is a beautiful island off of Honduras. My husband rented us a cabana for the day and we had a ball. I am not a beach person, but I could get used to it if I had a place like this every time.
There is an air conditioned room and a front porch on our cabana. We also had our own hammock.
Two more lounge chairs on the beach, 2 floats for the water AND A WAITER! The waiter got our drinks for us as we lounged on the beach.
These pictures above where all taken from our private beach area. All I can say is WOW, honey thank you so much, it was a blast.
We even had transportation to and from the beach to the pier via a “Magical Flying Beach Chair” shown below. (a.k.a. chair lift)
Back on the ship, Dan was able to give us a tour back stage and show us were he works and what he does. I love seeing all the behind the scenes activities. One of Dan’s consoles is in a perch above the stage and just happens to be right above the dancers changing station. I think I have an idea why he is so happy with his job!
When we got home our daughter, Carol, greeted us at our house with a birthday cake “of sorts” for me. As a part time job Carol is a balloon twister and entertains children and adults with her awesome works of art.
Here I am modeling my birthday cake. My hands are in that position because it’s a good way to hide the double chins. I tried to look cheery after a 10 hour day of driving.
Ok, that’s enough fun for now. I will be back soon with pictures of quilt symposium.