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... in a blue moon. Rest up, Patty girl!
Our bags are packed, weighed and under the limit of 50 pounds. That is just amazing. Who knows what we will add when we get to Miami. A gal can never have enough pairs of shoes.
Next stop: Miami!
Until next time...
Rich thought it would be a good idea to belt the suitcases. Hopefully, when we see them again in Miami, they will look as good as when they left here.
As the pictures show, Snoops wants to be included in this trip. For those of you who do not know Snoops, he is our daughter's family's pup. He is a great St. Bernard weighing in around 140 pounds. I am sure we can find a way for him to ...
... a plastic bag so nothing would get wet. I did meet him at the door with a huge smile on my face.
Along with the cruise documents, we received another package from Luggage Concierge. This is the company that we will ship three suitcases with. I have been packing for the last few weeks. Today we weighed the ...
... to get an idea of how hard and time consuming it was. Then we took photos in front of the water wheel!! Unfortunately Sammy took a tumble on the dock at the Mayflower II and was in a foul mood so Dale had opted to stay in the car with him in the warmth. After an awesome day of seeing and learning something new, we set tomtom for home. Plymouth was about 1 1/4 hours away. We settled in for the managers reception and ate tea in the restaurant, while the washing machine was doing some work for ...
... years I began to empower myself feeling a whole new world had been opened up to me since my identity was no longer tied to my diagnosis of depression and all the limitations put on me by myself, doctors, and society had been lifted. My first trip out of the country alone was to Paris for a long weekend in March of 2006 and it was wonderful! My best memory of the trip was walking down the cobblestone streets in the rain eating a warm ham and cheese ...