I stealthily crept away from the gentleman and continued to furiously read the novel Sharbear supplied me with before my departure. "Catch Me", a thriller by Lisa Gardner, hooked me for all 455 pages and I turned the last leaf in awe before 2:15 on Monday.
I caught up with some of the boys to eat lunch in the Windjammer Cafe buffet and learned that nearly everyone had worked out that morning in the ShipShape Center. Not to be outdone, I succumbed to positive peer pressure and headed for the exercise facilities. There are worse things than treadmills that overlook the ocean.
For dinner in the Top Hat and Tails dining room I ordered the Caesar salad and the Manhattan strip steak. Adventure and I are just synonymous. Remembering the mango/Peep incident from the night before, I stuck with the Chocolate Sensation for dessert.
Following dinner we attended the show of a musical comedian who begged the question, "people all over the world right here get along for 7 days, why can't we do that all the time?"
Well, for one, everyone on that cruise was sufficiently well-fed and well-relaxed, but unfortunately Spring Break can't last the rest of your life.
Royal Caribbean should hire her for their next cruise.
A Very Lucky Girl fell into bed on Monday night, anxious to arrive in Cozumel the next morning for a promised swim with dolphins, courtesy of my sweet boyfriend.