Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Anchors Away in Galveston, Texas

Anchors Away indeed! Galveston Texas for me, was the equivalent of opening an oven door after reaching a temperature of 400 degrees and sticking my face in it. Jerry had always told me of the humidity in the south. I can't imagine this being any worse than there, however, fortunate for me, the conditions were only temporary. We quickly boarded the Rhapsody of the Seas operated by Royal Carribean shortly thereafter. Of course, that is after I snagged this sample of sand from across the street from the boarding area.


I kept the sand and while on the actual cruise in the actual class, I used the actual sand I collected and created this layout. The thing I remember the most about the class was that we had so much FUN! As the ship turned at one point, we even had several ladies, well....let's just say, make a run for the restrooms! Good times.

4 comments:

The Angry Georgian said...

I'll have to show my wife this one. She's into scrapbooking.

est. 1983 said...

Really? I never knew. Guess you know my history with it. Have her find some old copies of PaperKuts Magazine. My family's history is written (and cropped) on those pages! Still need your address!

The Angry Georgian said...

Need my mailing address? Did you ask me for it? You have to forgive me. Senility is setting in early.

Brenda said...

yes. brendal33@hotmail.com I have something to send out to you. Thanks for the comments on the blog!