Thursday, August 18, 2011

Wednesday's Cruise in pictures

The day was fun. Good people, good food, good weather..

I ate as healthy as possible on the cruise considering we had to pre-order the food and no nutritional information available. I had salmon, mashed potatoes that were amazing but I ate only about 1/3 cup, and fresh asparagus. There was bread and a little salad before lunch and strawberry cheesecake afterwards that was the best cheesecake I've ever tasted (I had one very tiny bite). My best guesstimate using BodyMedia to log my food was 670 calories for that one meal. I had even left a lot of food on my plate.

Exercise lacking yesterday but I made up for it today (StairMaster).

Doctor appointment in the morning to review my lab results. 

Too tired to write anything else (with my one hand).

What we saw when we got off the chartered bus from our corporate office.

From onboard the boat from the dining room.

From the top deck.

More from the deck

The top deck.

The 35-year lapel pin. There were company anniversaries from 20 to 40 years (starting with 20 every five years is a milestone with a celebration). Total years of experience of the people being honored was 990 years. My best friend got the most applause because to know her is to love her.


3 comments:

Helen said...

35 years! Was that your pin or your friends? Looks and sounds like it was a great time. Just what you need right now, some R&R.

Mer and Mo said...

I love photo blog posts! So happy that you got to go on such a nice trip with a great meal.
Thanks for stopping by our blog. Just so we don't confuse you. Mo has lost the 40 pounds and I'm the size 10. There is two of us posting. We've been BFFs since college and this is our way of supporting each other transforming to healthy lifestyles. We are so glad that you are joining us on this adventure! Have a great weekend! Looking forward to reading more about you!
YOU CAN DO IT!
KEEP IT UP!
ALways on the move- MER

Alan (Pounds Off Playoff) said...

The pictures are just beautiful! And judging by what you wrote (and didn't), it seems this got your mind off your injury for at least a few hours. Wonderful AA does this for long-term employees.