Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Almost Wordless Wednesday - At Sea.

Before the storm!

After the storm.
There was a deep depression in the Atlantic so the Captain had to miss our last port of Lanzarote and go at full speed to keep ahead of the storm.
The ship rocked and rolled a bit but it just meant I got a really good night's sleep.
Maybe I should get a water bed to make me sleep better!



As long as I get my cappuccino in the morning all is good.
I am joining Sandee at Comedy Plus for the blog hop.


15 comments:

Nancy Chan said...

I might get sea sick if the ship rock or roll, so a water bed is not for me. I like the cute designs on the coffee. Happy new day!

My GBGV Life said...

I'm laughing my furs off. My mom loves turbulence on airplanes as it puts her to sleep. She sleeps best when something is moving and shaking. We have always thought she was a one of a kind crazy lady, but now we find you to be just as silly with movement and sleep.

Brian said...

That Dad never minded the rock n' rolls of a cruise ship. Love the coffee art!!!

stevebethere said...

Oh no I am glad you got your morning coffee dispite the storms heheh!

It seems a shame to spoil the artwork foam isn't it :-)

Have a cappaccinotastic week :-)

DrillerAA said...

Those are marvelous looking cups of cappuccino. A little "ocean motion" makes for a very good sleep. Have a blessed week.

Sandee said...

We cruised to Hawaii and back from San Diego. We had pretty good weather, but the ship did rock and back the entire time. We loved it and never got sick. We're old salts where the sea is concerned. Glad you had a great time.

Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

Catscue Cat Mom said...

Looks like you have life at sea down pat! Have fun!

Kathe W. said...

Fancy coffee! Glad to see you got a good nights sleep....zzzzzzzzz!

Marg said...

Your cruise sounds terrific. Love the pictures. And the coffee is very special too.

Cathy Kennedy said...

Do you mind if I ask you what your first name is? I like calling a blogger by his/her name, even if it's not real. I might have asked ya before but I'm horrible with remembering sometimes. Anyway, I remember sleeping on a water bed once and I thought it was nice but to do it every night I don't think I'd care for it. They used to be really hard to climb out of. That may have improved over the years but still I like a bed with a firm support. I'm glad that you got a good night's sleep, though. I can image the waves lulling you deeply into your dreams. :) Thanks for visiting today. Have a great evening!

Pam and Teddy said...

Love the photos of the sea.....it's always different every time you see it isn't it. The people who did the design on your cappuccino did some very cute ones! That takes talent!

Hugs, Pam

da tabbies o trout towne said...

give that a thought; water beds were all the rage here a few years back;
the trouble with them was when they needed to be drained to get cleaned; otherwise
for the most part I think they got great reviews !! :) ♥♥

Timmy Tomcat said...

A calm sea and Cappuccino makes for a fine day

colleen said...

That's quite an artistic talent, making cappuccino like that!

My Mind's Eye said...

So you slept like a baby!! Very good
I love the elephant and bear
Hugs Cecilia