A Day at Sea (April 28, 2022)

What was supposed to be a low-key sea day was actually pretty busy. For starters we slept so late that we barely made it to lunch: Dan joined Hettie and Ronnie and grazed the buffet and I dined with my book at a lovely window table in the dining room. Next up: spending the rest of the cruise credit (it couldn’t be redeemed for cash) on additions to my jewelry collection. Then it was time for the 2:00 matinee by our new celebrity crushes, the Shamrock Tenors. From there to Future Cruises to tease ourselves with places we have never been before and finally there were the issues of luggage tags and covid testing procedures for our flight home. No rest for the weary today.

Dinner: it was chic attire night, so we dressed up and enjoyed a lobster dinner. Ronnie promised us a joke but couldn’t remember it, so Hettie told us the origin story of the expression ’cold enough to freeze a monkey’s balls off.’ Trust me, it is not what you think and it has nothing to do with primates.

Entertainment: Tonight’s saxophone player had to cancel, so The Knights are doing an encore performance.

Temperature: a cloudy, breezy 55


One thought on “A Day at Sea (April 28, 2022)

  1. I love that you almost missed lunch

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