Hello everyone. I am back from the cruise. I saw lots and lots of fog. LOL! Trip wasn't too bad. I was very happy we went north vs. to a warmer climate. The only issue was the cruise ship was so incredibly large, it was alot of walking. I try to get by without my timespan because it tends to make me sick to my stomach alot. We had a hard time figuring out the floor plan of the shjip and always seemed to be on the wrong elevator which then made us do steps. I do not get a long with steps very well. I can do about 8 of them without much difficulty and then I feel like my legs just go dead. So wierd. I had one night where I thought I could go dancing (caught up in the MArdi Gras moment). What was I thinking? I did not even make iot though one song. Which stinks because I absolutely love dancing. It was difficult to avoid people smoking, people tend to ignore no smoking signs., With just having tests done for the antitrypsin deficiency and having my pulminary function test coming back as severe COPD, I wanted to keep clear of the smoke. it was sooo nice to kick back and relax though. Even if I could only see ten feet off the cruise ship due to all the fog. We had a great time.
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