I, on the other hand. Stuck to my lean proteins and veggies the entire trip. Didn't cheat at all and it didn't even bother me. I had told myself that I wouldn't get off track, that I was still in the "losing" mode and that the food wasn't going to "make" the trip for me. I'm happy to say that I lost weight on our trip.
We found J's twin on the ship. He doesn't agree but D and I both thought it was J one time, so right before leaving the ship, we grabbed the kid and asked if we could snap a picture of him with his twin. J thought it was totally embarrassing of course. :)
The big boys opted out of swimming on the boat at all and chose to play miniature golf, ping pong, chess, watch the movies at night by the pool, do the Survivor Trivia, The Amazing Race, attend the Rock Concert at night, play in the ping pong tournament and have I mentioned they ate a lot?
I made it clear to D that since we didn't do Hawaii like every other human being does Hawaii, I was going to be on the cruise and do whatever the heck I wanted to. So, I did. He was cute about it and let me. I did laps every morning on the track by myself and loved every minute of it. I sat out by the pool and enjoyed the heat and humidity for hours a day people watching. AKA the "Ten Second Stalker". D gave me that lovely little title. I began feeling guilty about it knowing people had no idea I was watching them. But, it really was like ten seconds and I'd be watching the next person.
People watching and the heat are some of my favorite past times. Seriously.
Goodbye Glory, it's been glorious.