The cruise was amazing. Being with family was amazing. Seeing new parts of the world was amazing. Being in the sunshine was amazing.
However, I'm still recovering from the travel home and am still trying to unpack. After more than 24 hours of shuttles, planes, airports and driving we made it home late Monday morning. I'm totally exhausted. Also, please don't look at my living room anytime soon. It has pretty much thrown up on itself, despite the 8 loads of laundry I've already done and mostly folded and put away.
In other news, it snowed 36 inches during the 10 days we were gone. That's 3 freaking feet, folks. And it's a good thing we have some AMAZING neighbors who thought to keep our driveway and front steps clear, or I don't know what we would have done when we got home. Turned around and driven back to the Caribbean, maybe.
While Sophia was disappointed to hear we were going back to our "old" home and wouldn't be taking up permanent residence aboard the Liberty of the Seas, I am glad to be home. Give me a few days and I might even find some time to share some of the 1,000+ photos I took in between coordinating my lesson schedules for this semester and working on the preschool duties that I so egregiously ignored during the last month or so.
Happy Tuesday (night)!