Wednesday, November 23, 2016

And now for something completely different

It's a mackerel, as some members of my family would say...
because being on an Aegean/Mediterranean cruise not only made me feel better, but also look better.
Who knew?
My husband took this photo of me on board the Viking Spirit, before the stress of London's Heathrow Airport (the airport from hell for passengers who require assistance) and of flying from there to Calgary, Alberta, without any sleep. Then I was waiting hours for my husband to join me there, because we had made different flight arrangements, and he didn't get there in time—all of which had me looking just as bad as my pre-cruise self.

So, I just wanted to show you I could improve with a little bit of stress-free living. Let's hope I get my relaxed cruising self back.

Besides my new favourite photo of me, here is the funniest photo from Montenegro, my new favourite place in all the world:

Much more Montenegro to come, a well as many more Aegean/Mediterranean ports.
This post, however, is for Lady Fi's wonderful meme Our World Tuesday


Jo said...

Hi Kay you look so fresh and young! Cruising does it for you, for sure!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
It's like magic, never mind mackerel...nudge nudge wink wink... &*> YAM xx

Phil Slade said...

Hi Kay. Yes, that is one strange sign and I'm sorry but I just read it twice.

Phil Slade said...

Hi Kay. Yes, that is one strange sign and I'm sorry but I just read it twice.

Penelope Postcards said...

Such a wonderful photo of you, Kay! You look so youthful and fresh.

Gattina said...

If I understand well you are "on the road" again ! Indeed you look great on this photo ! Now I admire you that you still do such long flights ! I have enough after 4 or 5 hours !

Mara said...

I know why it's your new favourite: it's a lovely photo of yours truly! You are so pretty and relaxed.

I need to get me that sign.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

The sign is so funny... I am loving this whole trip , don't want to overwhelm you with comments, but I'm reading and envying every single post. Thanks for sharing the journey.