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Friday, May 15, 2015

Snooze Required

Good morning,

We stopped in Savannah at our favorite Hampton Inn and were delighted that they had the pool open for us.  ;)
Some of the greatest things about coming off of the high seas and heading for home are the sounds of the birds and the aroma of flowers.  The wonderful aroma of the honeysuckle flowers was fabulous!



Sherry said...

That pool looks so inviting!

TexWisGirl said...

wow. i never thought about bird song before! oh, i'd miss that terribly!

carolann said...

Thank you for sharing all.

That is so true. On board and off
mostly is beaches, stores.

I guess it depends where one gets off ship on holidays. But always we say. There is nothing like sweet home when we step out of the car.

We heard some birds where we got off and some smelling bushes.

For sure the parrots let us knew they were there.

Then other Islands were soft ocean breezes and the waves brushing my ankles. The sunlight.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Welcome back home, Lois, and belated Mother's Day wishes as well! We have also been to Savannah and agree that it is a grand old city.

Melanie Karis said...

Hi Lois!
So wonderful to hear from you! I so miss the blogging life and the many wonderful people I've "met" through it, you most definitely topping the list! I signed up for google+ over a year ago and made a mess of my blogging system. But it sure is nice to come back, if only for awhile and see that your life is as exciting as ever!
Thanks so much for your kind words concerning my book! It means a lot to me.
Melanie Ann