On May 6th, my husband’s family and ourselves went on our first vacation since being married almost three years ago. My heart skipped a few beats when I learned we would be going to Alaska. It has been my dream since I was a little girl to go to Alaska. It was a great time of the year to go too, since it was fairly warm for Alaska, seeing as my SoCal skin can no longer handle degrees below 60. Since we journeyed to Alaska by way of ship, we had to stay on the cruise line’s schedule. So, although I enjoyed my short time that was actually spent in Alaska, it was just that: Short. However, the amount of time that was spent on the ship felt endless. I couldn’t begin to count how much cake I ate while aboard, nor would I want to out of shame!
I was surprised by how well Eisley did aboard the ship. I myself do not tend to suffer from seasickness, but we had one EXTREMELY rough day at sea that sent me into fits of moaning while lying in the fetal position on the floor of our cabin. During my sick period, Eisley was just mucking about the cabin getting into her usual trouble, babbling sweetly to herself per usual. She is one tough kid. Eisley turned 11 months while we sailed about the southern end of Alaska. It’s so crazy that in her short life this far she has already been on 3 boats, 6 planes, 1 fire truck and 3 countries. Her life is beginning to be an awfully big adventure indeed.
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