Greetings from Sea

Today was spent in Freeport, Bahamas, where I enjoyed a little shopping and a stroll along the sandy beach.  This evening, I attended my first art auction, which I enjoyed much more than I anticipated, followed by a lobster dinner on the ship.

I am missing my girls, though I am sure that they are having plenty of fun with Grandma and Grandpa.  They both came down with colds a few days ago, which made it extra hard to leave them.  When I called my mother from Miami International Airport to check on them, I found out that she took them to the doctor, and my two-year-old was diagnosed with an infection in both ears.  With the medicine she was given, I am hoping that she is feeling significantly better by now, but it’s difficult not to worry.  At least I know that she is in very capable hands with my mother, who nursed me back to health time and time again when I was a child myself.

In the mean time, my husband and I are doing our best to make the most of our first true vacation since she was born.  Bon voyage!

3 comments

  1. Ah, yes. I remember the first vacation my wife and I were able take after the little ones invaded. A slice of heaven doled out over four days.
    As hard as it is to be far away when your kids are ill, I’m sure they’re in capable hands. Try not to worry and enjoy your time.

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