I have really enjoyed London!   The last few days have been low-key – mainly. we walked around the city, checked things out, did some shopping, ate, people watched, rode the bus and, according to Stan’s pedometer, we have walked a lot of miles!  London has grown on me and I feel right at home. […]

Today is Father’s Day, 2014. I woke up with my Dad on my mind. Actually,  he and my grandmother are always on my mind. I am so thankful that I have the hope … the assurance … of being reunited with them again.  Thank You, Jesus for redemption, restitution, and reunion! Today was a full […]

The past several days have been about transferring our center of operation to London. ha! ha!   We left my beloved Lake Como on Tuesday and moved to a hotel closer to the airport so it would be easier to catch our early-morning flight on Wednesday. On Wednesday morning, we flew from Milan to Heathrow […]

Oh, I love Bellagio. There is something about these little towns along Lake Como that has captured my heart. I can’t count how many times I have said to Stan, “It’s so beautiful.” In spite of fighting a cold and a migraine, I feel so peaceful and content here. Today was a strolling day. We strolled […]

Saturday, June 7, 2014 I dislike travel days because that means packing . . . but I like travel days because I always look forward to the next place on the itinerary!  The great thing about cruising is you go to a new destination every day without having to pack. Today was a looooog day. […]

Friday, June 6, 2014 Filling in the gaps . . .  The cruise ended on Wednesday, June 4th. Everyone had to be off the ship by 8:30 AM so there was a lot of hustle and bustle. I got ready, grabbed a quick bite in the dining room, hugged my cabin-mate goodbye and headed to […]

Monday, June 2, 2014 Yesterday was a “Sea Day” and today was the last port on our itinerary.  I can’t believe the cruise is coming to an end.  It has been such a blessing to visit all the wonderful places we’ve been to and I am so thankful for the opportunity. The tour today took […]