Imperial Swan Lakeland
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... and we were only a few minutes from getting on. Then it started raining and went dark, thunder rumbled and there was flashes of lightening. That's when they stopped running the ride and announced it would not run due to lightening in the area!! Bugger! So we waited, and waited.........and waited. The announcements said, we could stay or leave, which was really helpful! After a while we decided to head to the far end of the park for the SheiKra ride ...
... going again, Don? Renewing our acquaintance with Conrad and Ellen is a wonderful surprise. While we exchanged contact information on the QM2, we never got in touch. So, spending this month getting to know them is delightful. While we didn’t wear out the carpet between our dining tables this time, we did spend time talking at other times, and we did tease Conrad in the casino as we all lost money. Conrad also shared some photos from his ...
I'm not entirely sure why clams are considered happy animals. After all their existence seems rather boring to me, but as the saying goes, I'm happy as a clam, albeit a little nervous. Two days from now I travel to go teach English to little children in China for a while, and this is my nervously excited pre-departure blog entry.
My good gracious packing is complicated. I suppose I should say that deciding what to pack is complicated. Florida's version of ...
... of the scoreboard so that added some fun to the game and kept us focused. It was a gorgeous day today so we also got some nice color.
Wednesday, March 9th
Today was a day off for the girls. We decided to go to Universal Studios the Island of Adventures park. There were 11 of us total hanging out all day. Aunt Sue, Uncle Mike, Jared, Shannon, me, Jamie, Brittany, Brittany, Brittany's parents and her b/f Kenny. We had a great time on all of the rides. ...
... was asking what I was going to do. I didn’t know.
Now here I was miles away from home and irrational. Of course my emotions were playing havoc with me. I didn’t know whether to go on the cruise or not. Rationally I knew that there wasn’t anything that I could do in Missouri other than sit and wait and worry. I also knew that the only other optimist in the family was in a coma. I knew that at ...